The curriculum of the Electrical Engineering program is designed to comply with the requirements of major international accreditation bodies including NCAAA and ABET. It includes courses in basic sciences and mathematics, engineering sciences, engineering design, communications skills, and humanities and social sciences. In addition, Lab hands-on experience with emphasis on design is an important element that is integrated throughout the curriculum.
The Electrical Engineering program requirements include:
· 36 credit hours of mathematics and basic sciences,
· 67 credit hours of engineering sciences and engineering design,
· 15 credit hours of social sciences and humanities,
· 12 credit hours of English language and technical writing skills,
· 3 credit hours in engineering ethics, and
· 1 credit hour in practical training.
The curriculum is designed to grant students a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering (BEE) upon the successful completion of the four-year program. The first year is shared with all engineering majors, which allows students to transfer from one major to another without losing any credits earned in the first year.