This is an unofficial description for this program. For official information check the Academic Catalog.
A minor is not required with this major.
Accredited by ATMAE
This degree prepares students to work as a member of an engineering team in applied design, product development, manufacturing, maintenance, or technical support/sales services in the electrical and electronic industries, which include telecommunications, control systems, manufacturing of electromechanical devices and computer services. There is a graduation requirement of a capstone assessment during a student's final year of study.
Major Requirements (63 Credits)
Major Core (27 Credits)
Related Major Requirements (22 credits)
Directed Electives (14 credits)
Study Area I -Arts and Humanities (9 credits)
Recommend an international course in Literature.
Study Area II - Social Sciences (9 credits)
Recommend an international course in History.
Study Area III - Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)
PSY 112 is recommended.
Study Area IV - Natural Scientific (6 credits)
Skill Area I - Communication Skills (6 credits)
WRT 105/105P/110 - Placement Exam
Skill Area II - Mathematical (6 credits)
Math 115 and STAT 104 - Placement Exam
Skill Area III - Foreign Language
Skill Area IV - Univ. Requirements (2-3 credits)
PE 144 is required of all students entering with fewer than 15 credits and required to be taken in a students' first year.
Total Credit Hours: 120