To graduate with a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, students must satisfactorily complete 134 credit hours. The distribution of courses is as follows:

University requirements

A total of 30 credit hours of general educational requirements:
• 6 credits of Arabic language: ARAB 101 and 201
• 9 credits of English communication skills: ENGL 101, 102, and 203
• 9 credits of social and cultural studies: SOCS 101, 201, and 202
• 3 credits of computing basics for engineers: CSC 101
• 3 credits of mathematics: MATH 101


College requirements

Students in the Electrical Engineering department are required to complete a total of 41 credit hours in college requirements distributed as follows:
• 12 credits in physics and chemistry: PHYS 101/101L, PHYS 102/102L, and CHEM 101/101L,
• 15 credits in mathematics: MATH 102, 201, 202, 215, and STAT 230,
• 3 credits in technical writing: ENGL 206,
• 3 credits in engineering ethics: COEN 400, and
• 3 credits in engineering economy: COEN 300.
In addition, Electrical Engineering students should also complete a 4-credit hour final-year project during the senior year (ELEE 498 and 499) and a 1-credit hour internship (ELEE 400).

Program requirements

Electrical Engineering students must complete 63 credit hours in program requirements including the following courses: MECH 210, Math 225, ELEE 210, ELEE 220, ELEE 230, ELEE 240, ELEE 250, ELEE 250L, ELEE 290, ELEE 290L, ELEE 340, ELEE 340L, ELEE 350, ELEE 360, ELEE 380, ELEE 380L, ELEE 390, ELEE 399L, and ELEE 470.
In addition, Electrical Engineering students must take five 3-credit hour electives and 1 one-credit hour elective lab. The accepted electives include:
• 1 course in the area of Electric Machines and Power Systems,
• 1 course in the area of Electromagnetism,
• 2 courses in any Electrical Engineering subject or approved subjects from other departments,
• 1 one-credit hour Electrical Engineering elective laboratory, and
• 1 free elective course in any approved non Electrical Engineering discipline.