Electrical Engineering Degree Requirements

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Mathematics: 5 CU

  • MATH 104
  • MATH 114
  • MATH 240
  • ESE 301
  • 1 Mathematics Elective

Natural Sciences: 5 CU

  • PHYS 140 or PHYS 150 or PHYS 170 or MEAM 110
  • ESE 112 or PHYS 151 or PHYS 171
  • CHEM 101 or BIOL 101 or BIOL 121
  • 1 Natural Science Lab, (1 cu total): PHYS 150/170 or MEAM 147,
  • BIOL 101/121, or CHEM 053
  • 1 Elective: Mathematics or Natural Science

Engineering: 16 CU (minimum)

  • CIS 110 or ENGR 105
  • ESE 111*
  • ESE 215
  • ESE 218
  • ESE 224
  • CIS 120 or CIS 240 (Advanced Computing)
  • 1 ESE course (Intermediate or Advanced Course)
  • 3 Advanced ESE electives:
    • Circuits and Computer Engineering: ESE 319, 350, 370, 419, 516, 532, 568, 570, 578, 672
    • Nanodevices and Nanosystems: ESE 310, 321, 330, 336, 460, 510, 513, 521, 523, 525, 526, 529, 611, 621, 673
    • Information and Decision Systems: ESE 303, 305, 325, 407, 420, 421, 500, 501,  504, 505, 512, 520, 527, 528, 531, 545, 546, 548, 550, 567, 590, 605, 650, 674, NETS 312
  • 1 Advanced ESE elective or concentration relevant courses:BE 521, CIS 371 /CIS 501, CIS 520, MEAM 520, MEAM 620,
  • 1 ESE Lab: 290, 291, ESE 319, ESE 336, ESE 350, (BE 470 + 0.5 CU Engineering), or (MEAM 410 + 0.5CU Engineering)
  • ESE 450
  • ESE 451

*Note: ESE 111 can be replaced by another approved engineering course if not taken Freshman year.

Professional Electives: 4 CU*

Note: One Freshman-level Engineering course may be used as a Professional Elective.

Social Science and Humanities: 7 CU**

Free Electives: 3 CU

*At most one freshman level E course outside the major may be used as a Professional Elective.

**Two of the courses in the SSH column must satisfy the depth and writing requirements. See the SEAS UG Student Handbook for details.