A concentration in electrical engineering consists of advanced lab work and hands-on experience in the use of electronic and electrical devices including transformers, motors, generators as well as discrete active and passive components, test equipment, and instrumentation. The concentration offers students the flexibility to take advanced electives in electrical engineering.
Students should refer to the College Bulletin or the major status sheet for complete information regarding major requirements.
While the electrical engineering and the computer engineering concentrations require high level instruction and experience in computer programming and hardware, a concentration in computer engineering focuses more specifically on these areas. Students take a series of courses that offer in-depth study of advanced C++ programming, operating systems, microprocessors, and computer architecture.
A robotics minor does not require any additional credits to be taken on top of the normal B.S. Electrical Engineering (BSEE) requirements. Completion of a robotics-related capstone project is required, and participation in the Robotics Club and in the BEST Robotics competition is encouraged.
Students should refer to the College Bulletin or the minor course requirements for complete information regarding minors.