EE & CPE Majors

 
Bachelor of Science in
Electrical Engineering (EE)
Bachelor of Science in
Computer Engineering (CPE)
Programming & Career Focus
Electrical engineers design electronic systems - nearly anything with an electron or photon - including circuits, power, nanotechnology, communication, biomedical, and information systems.

More about Electrical Engineering
Computer engineers design computing systems - nearly anything involving a microprocessor - including CPUs, software, digital integrated circuits, and digital signal processing systems.

More about Computer Engineering
Curricula & CODA (Change of Degree Audit)
EE Degree Curriculum (effective F’13)

Students who complete first-year engineering requirements can apply to CODA in the EE degree.

Also see ECE Academic Advising for more information.

Graphical View of the Curriculum:
ee degree curriculum
CPE Degree Curriculum (effective F’13)

Students who complete first-year engineering requirements can apply to CODA in the CPE degree.

Also see ECE Academic Advising for more information.

Graphical View of the Curriculum:
cpe degree curriculum
Specialization Electives

EE requires two courses (6 hrs) selected from any ONE of the following areas.

CPE requires two courses (6 hrs) selected from any of the following.

Total Credits
122 credit hrs minimum required to graduate
Dual Degree (Double Major)
Total Credit Hours: 131

EE/CPE Dual Degree Curriculum (effective F’13)

Students who complete first-year engineering requirements can apply to CODA in the EE/CPE Dual Degree program.

Features:
  • Stronger foundation with seven 3xx courses instead of five.
  • Three additional courses beyond EE degree.
  • One less specialization elective than EE degree.
Total Credit Hours: 131

CPE/EE Dual Degree Curriculum (effective F’13)

Students who complete first-year engineering requirements can apply to CODA in the CPE/EE Dual Degree program.

Features:
  • Stronger foundation with seven 3xx courses instead of five.
  • Three additional courses beyond CPE degree.
Concentrations
The REES (Renewable Electric Energy Systems) concentration is a set of elective coursework, within the EE major, which focuses on electromechanical energy conversion, renewable electric power systems, power electronics, and power transmission/ distribution systems.
 
Academic Minors