Two majors exist within the undergraduate Electrical Engineering Program:
Both programs lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE). Both Electrical Engineering majors require a total of 134 credits and both include a well-rounded selection of liberal arts courses in addition to the technical program. These programs provide students the flexibility to transfer into or out of the Electrical Engineering Program with a minimal time or course loss in the first two years as well as the option to participate in the co-operative education program.
When choosing electives, the student and faculty advisor talk about the student's individual interests and objectives and together specify a selection of upper division courses that will best meet their needs. By careful choice of an elective program, students can obtain in-depth knowledge in one or possibly two areas of concentration in addition to the broad fundamental background developed in the required courses in either major.