The department offers two undergraduate programs:
The Electrical Engineering department is dedicated to providing quality educational opportunities at the undergraduate level in electrical engineering that prepare students for successful careers in industry, government and academia. Students graduating with a bachelor’s degree will have the necessary technical, communication, and critical thinking skills as a basis for a successful, fulfilling and life-long career in electrical engineering. The Department of Electrical Engineering has a list of three program objectives for our Bachelor degree students. These objectives are accomplishments that our students should achieve two to five years after earning their degrees. The Department program objectives are:
The set of outcomes of the Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program shall provide student with the following:
To obtain the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering, the student must successfully complete 160 credit hours, out of which 24 credit hours represent the University requirement, 48 credit hours represent the College requirements and 88 credit hours represent the Department requirements. The Departmental requirements are split into 45 credit hours of compulsory core courses in electrical engineering, 38 credit hours in power engineering or in communication and electronics engineering and 5 credit hour senior year project. The senior design Sequence is a two-term sequence which culminates in project competitions in the spring term. As the capstone design course, it provides a foundation and breadth of the electrical engineering profession by reinforcing design principles, strong communication skills, and integrating the industrial training experience into the course content.