Electrical Engineering Concentration

The Electrical Engineering Concentration covers core topic areas in the discipline, including circuits, signal processing, computer systems, embedded systems, controls and more. Paired with our solid core and hands-on project-based approach, the Electrical Engineering Concentration prepares graduates for a variety of job opportunities upon graduation.


First Year

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Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
MATH 223 Calculus II 4
PHYS 251 Fundamentals of Physics I 4
ENGR 220 Statics & Strength of Materials 3
ENGR 260 Electrical Circuits 4
ENGL 2xx Literature 3
CUC 200 Connections 0.5
Semester Total:   18.5

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
MATH 224 Calculus III 4
ECON 201 Microeconomics 3
ELEC 265 Electronics 4
PHYS 252 Fundamentals of Physics II 4
HUM/FINE ARTS or SOC/BEH SCI Elective 3
Semester Total:   18.0

Junior Year

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
MATH 310 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra 4
ENGR 300 Engineering Economics 3
ELEC 325 Embedded Systems 4
ENGL 305 Technical Writing and Presentations 3
ENGR 310 Thermodynamics 3
Semester Total:   17.0

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
ENGR 320 Fluids 3
ELEC 350 Electromagnetic Theory 4
ELEC 365 Linear Systems 4
ELEC 395 Topics in Electrical Engineering 3
 CHRS 125  Introduction to Christianity 3
Semester Total:    17.0

Senior Year

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
ENGR 491 Senior Design I 4
ELEC 420 Controls and Communications 4
ELEC 435 Digital Signal Processing 3
HIST 111 or 112 Western Civilization I or II 3
HUM/FINE ARTS Elective 3
Semester Total:    17.0

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credits
ENGR 492 Senior Design II 2
ENGR 460 Statistical Methods for Engineers 3
ELEC 440 Automation 3
ELEC 480 Digital System Design 3
ART 131, MUSC 131 or THEA 131 Fine Arts 3
PE 185 Lifetime Wellness 2
Semester Total:    16.0

Total Degree Credit Hours: 136.0

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*ENGR 120, Foundations of Engineering Design I, has the following prerequisites:

  • Math ACT of 25 or higher/Math RSAT of 590 or higher
    OR
  • Math ACT of 22-24/Math RSAT of 540-580 AND a grade of “C” or higher in MATH 111, College Algebra, AND a grade of “C” or higher in ENGR 110, Introductory Engineering Applications
    OR
  • Math ACT of 21 or below/Math RSAT of 530 or less AND a grade of “C” or higher in MATH 110, Fundamentals of Math, AND a grade of “C” or higher in MATH 111, College Algebra, AND a grade of “C” or higher in ENGR 110, Introductory Engineering Applications

Students not meeting the prerequisites for ENGR 120 may declare engineering as major but must satisfactorily complete the appropriate prerequisites, listed above, before taking ENGR 120 and Math 115.

AP or Advanced Placement credit for math, science, English, history, etc., courses in the curriculum are accepted per the requirements of each corresponding department. Please contact the appropriate department for additional information on AP credit.

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Tier 1 Math ACT of 21 or below / Math RSAT of 530 or below

Tier 2 Math ACT of 22-24 / Math RSAT of 540-580

Tier 3 Math ACT of 25 or higher / Math RSAT of 590 or higher