Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
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The first two years of curriculum contain the needed science, mathematics, engineering, and computer science basics to prepare the student for the upper level courses. The junior and senior years of the traditional electrical engineering curriculum include 6 hours of technical electives, 3 hours of mathematics elective and 6 hours of electrical engineering electives which allow students to concentrate their studies in an area of specialization: electric power, controls and robotics, or communications. Students are able to practice and become licensed as electrical engineers when they graduate from ATU's ABET, Inc. accredited electrical engineering program.
The following curriculum represents the program of study and a suggested sequence for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. The student should be aware that not all courses are offered each semester and the ordering of courses is subject to change. In order to minimize scheduling difficulties, each student should schedule a special session with their advisor at the beginning of their junior year to plan the remaining coursework.
Program: Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
Major: Electrical Engineering
The matrix below is a sample plan for all coursework required for this major.
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2Engineering Elective must be a 3000 or 4000 level Electrical Engineering course.
3Technical Elective must be a course from Engineering, MGMT 4203 Project Management, Math or the Sciences (excluding courses intended for Education Majors). All electives must have approval of the Department.
4Must have departmental approval.