Electrical Engineering B.S.

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Electrical Engineering B.S.

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The Electrical Engineering program is designed to prepare students to design and improve electrical, electronic, and computer systems. The program of study combines practical exposure to the most modern technologies available with a theoretical foundation that empowers students to master future changes and innovations as technologies continue to evolve at an astonishing pace.

It is the goal of the program that all graduates gain relevant and fulfilling employment and that many continue their educations to pursue a graduate degree. The program is comprised of an Electrical Engineering Core that builds the fundamental electrical engineering skills and knowledge. Students then select an area of concentration according to their personal interests and career goals.

ABET Program Educational Objectives
Our Electrical Engineering alumni will show that they meet expectations by performing within one or more of these parameters in five to seven years after graduation.

  1. Show progress in their career through greater supervisory tasks, advancing to larger managerial responsibility or increasing technical accountability.
  2. Acquire professional engineer's license, other certifications of expertise in technical areas or attend graduate school in an appropriate technical discipline.
  3. Demonstrate success by continuing employment and/or technical accomplishments as entrepreneurs, civil servants or in commercial or industrial endeavors.

Student Outcomes
The outcomes of the Electrical Engineering undergraduate program are to educate students who will have:

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
  4. An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  7. An ability to communicate effectively.
  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  10. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

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The program currently has three concentrations:

  • Computer Engineering / Digital Systems
  • Electric Power and Energy Systems
  • Manufacturing

Additional concentrations can be added to the program as world needs and student interest evolve.

It is the objective of the program to become accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and the curriculum has been designed to satisfy current ABET requirements.

For more information, please view our Student Catalog.


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Electrical Engineering Requirements (123 Credits)

Semester FIRSTCREDITS
EE-101   Electrical Engineering Fundamentals I 3
ENGR-103   Introduction to Engineering 3
MTH-105   Mathematics for Engineering Applications 3
ENG-110   Freshman Composition 3
NAV-101   Introduction to Navajo Language 4
Semester TWO 
EE-102   Electrical Engineering Fundamentals II 3
EE-103   Digital Logic Design 3
CHM-120   General Chemistry I 4
ENG-111   Composition and Research 3
HUM-XXX   Humanities Elective 3
Semester THREE 
EE-201   Electrical Engineering Fundamentals III 3
MTH-205   Discrete Mathematics 3
MTH-162   Calculus I 4
MTH-410   Linear Algebra 3
SSC-XXX   Social Science or Behavioral Science Elective 3
Semester FOUR 
EE-202   Electrical Engineering Fundamentals IV 3
EE-203   Electronics I 3
EE-212   Instrumentation 2
MTH-163   Calculus II 4
PHY-111/121   Algebra or Calculus Based Physics I 4
Semester FIVE 
EE-301   Signals and Systems 3
EE-302   Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3
MTH-310   Differential Equations 4
PHY-112/122 Algebra or Calculus Based Physics II 4
XXX   Concentration Course 3
Semester SIX 
EE-303   Probability and Random Signals 3
EE-304   Energy Systems and Power Electronics 3
EE-310   Embedded System Design 3
EE-312   Instrumentation II 2
EE-320   Instrumentation and Process Control 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
Semester SEVEN 
IE-380   Project Mangement 3
EE-406   Computer Networks 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
Semester EIGHT 
EE-423   Capstone Design** 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
XXX   Concentration Course 3
TOTAL REQUIRED CREDIT HOURS:123

** capstone design course must be related to the chosen concentration

Listing of Concentrations: choose one concentration

Computer Engineering/Digital Systems ConcentrationCredits
ITS-250   Data Structures 3
EE-230   Introduction to VHDL and FPGA 3
EE-330 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming 3
EE-430   Computer Architecture and Design 3
EE-440   Operating Systems I 3
EE-313   Summer Internship* (Computer Engineering) 3
XXX   Technical Elective (Computer Engineering) 3
Electrical Power and Energy Systems Concentration 
EE-370   Electrical Machinery 3
EE-460   Electrical Power Plants 3
EE-470   Electrical Power Devices 3
EE-471   Power System Analysis 3
EE-472   Power Electronics and Power Management 3
EE-313   Summer Internship* (Electrical Power) 3
XXX   Technical Elective (Electrical Power) 3
Manufacturing Concentration 
ENGR-234   Engineering Statistics 3
IE-235   Lean Production 3
ENGR-313   Engineering Economics 3
IE-363   Design of Experiment 3
IE-413   Quality Control 3
IE-483   Rapid Prototyping 3
EE-313   Summer Internship* (Manufacturing) 3

Listing of Technical Electives:

EE-223   Semiconductors I EE-320   Introduction to VHDL / FPGA
EE-330   Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming
EE-343   Introduction to VLSI Design3 EE-370   Electrical Machinery
EE-313   Summer Internship* EE-403   Digital VLSI
EE-407   Communication Systems EE-413   Analog VLSI
EE-430   Computer Architecture and Design EE-460   Electrical Power Plants
EE-470   Electrical Power Devices EE-471   Power System Analysis
EE-472   Power Electronics and Power Mgmt EE-440   Operating Systems I
IT-315   Multicore Programming MTH-410   Linear Algebra
MTH-433   Numerical Analysis w/ Computers EE-x95   Topics in Electrical Engineering
EE-196   Freshman Research Project EE-296   Sophomore Research
EE-396   Junior Research Project


*Summer internship should be taken in a field that supports the chosen concentration

 

Program Advisor
Dr. Peter Romine, Associate Professor of Electronics and Computer Engineering
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Ph.D., Computer Engineering, University of Alabama
M.S., Engineering, University of Alabama
B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Alabama

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