Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Navigate Up
Sign In

Office of the University Registrar

  • Academic Learning Compact - Electrical Engineering

    Electrical engineering emphasizes development of the transmission and utilization of electric energy and intelligence. Electrical engineers design products and systems that meet the needs of today and tomorrow's electrical and electronic systems. You will be able to design communication systems; design the electronic components that run computers, motor vehicles, TVs, stereo systems and robots for automated factories; design aircraft and spacecraft control systems; design utility and industrial power systems; and design biological and biomedical systems.

    This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
    Additional information is available from your major's website.

    Before Graduating You Must

    • Pass an assessment of performance on a major design experience. Assessment will be provided by two or more faculty and/or industry practitioners.
    • Pass assessment in two courses of individual assignments targeted to each learning outcome. Assessment will be provided by the instructor of the course according to department standards.
    • Complete an exit interview in your final semester.
    • Complete requirements for the baccalaureate degree, as determined by faculty.

    Skills You Will Acquire in the Major (SLOs)

    1. Understand probability and statistics, including applications.
    2. Understand the mathematics, basic and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex systems.
    3. Understand advanced mathematics including linear algebra, complex variables and discrete mathematics.
    4. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
    5. Design and conduct experiments, as well as analyzing and interpreting the data.
    6. Design a system, component or process to meet desired needs.
    7. Function on multi-disciplinary teams.
    8. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
    9. Understand professional and ethical responsibilities.
    10. Communicate effectively.
    11. Achieve the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global and societal contexts.
    12. Assess the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
    13. Achieve knowledge of contemporary issues that impact the field of electrical engineering.
    14. Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

    Table Key: I = Introduced; R = Reinforced; A = Assessed

    Courses Content Critical Thinking Communication
    SLO 1 SLO 2 SLO 3 SLO 4 SLO 5 SLO 6 SLO 7 SLO 8 SLO 9 SLO 10 SLO 11 SLO 12 SLO 13 SLO 14
    EGN 1935             I I I          
    EEL 2000                 I I I I I  
    EEL 2401L   R     R     R           R
    EEL 3105   I, A I, A I, A       I            
    EEL 3111C   A I A I     R           I, A
    EEL 3112   I I I       R           I
    EEL 3135   R A A       R           A
    EEL 3211   R   I       R           I
    EEE 3308 I A   R A I, A   R   R   R   I
    EEE 3396 I R   R   R   R           R
    EEL 3472   R   A       R           R
    EEL 3473   R R R       R           R
    EEL 3701C   R     A A   R   R       R
    EEL 3923   A     R R   R R R        
    EEL 4242C   R   R R     R           R
    EEE 4306   R   R R R   R           R
    EEE 4310   R     R   R       R   R
    EEE 4329    R   R   R    R       R   R
    EEE 4331   R   R       R           R
    EEL 4351   R   R       R           R
    EEE 4373   R   R       R           R
    EEE 4420   R           R       R   R
    EEL 4440   R     R     R           R
    EEL 4445   R     R     R           R
    EEL 4461   R     R     R           R
    EEL 4514 A R R R R R   R     R R R R
    EEL 4514L R R R R R R   R   R R R R
    EEL 4516 R R R  R R R   R     R R R R
    EEL 4610   R R R   R               R
    EEL 4657   R R R   R   R           R
    EEL 4657L   R R R R     R           R
    EEL 4712C   R   R   R   R           R
    EEL 4703C   R     R   R           R
    EEL 4744C   R   R   R   R   R       R
    EEL 4750C   R   R       R           R
    EEL 4834   R   R       R           R
    EEL 4912   A   R R A A A A A A A A A
    EEE 4924   A   R A A A A A A A A A A

    Assessment Types:
    Classroom-format classes: assessment is by means of a focused question on assignments or exams. Laboratory-format classes: assessment is by evaluation of a lab report or quiz.
    Assessments also include design and programming projects, data analysis, team work, reports and presentations.

    Back to Top
alc: electrical-engineering