The benefit of having an education in electrical engineering is that the student is prepared for a career not only in technical areas but also for further training in other disciplines such as medicine, law, public policy, business, economics, management, and teaching. Here are some links current students may be interested in:
- Degree Plan Flowcharts
- Undergraduate Advising
- Graduate Advising
- Graduate Petitions
- Fast Track Program to a Master's Degree for Undergraduates
- Nuclear Engineering Minor
- Unmanned Vehicle Systems Certificate Program
Admission to the Professional Program
Requirements for admission to the professional program in Electrical Engineering are in accordance with those of the College of Engineering with the following added stipulations:
- Application to the professional program is to be made to the Undergraduate Advisor during the semester that the advancement requirements are being completed.
- No professional electrical engineering courses may be taken until the student is admitted into the professional program or obtains the written consent of the Undergraduate Advisor.
- Each student must complete all pre-professional courses stipulated under "Requirements for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering" with a minimum grade of C in each course and a minimum GPA of 2.25 in (1) all courses, (2) in all math, science, and engineering courses, and (3) in all EE courses.
To graduate, the student must be admitted to the professional program and have an approved degree plan on file in the Registrar's office. The degree plan is generated upon entry to the professional program. Graduating seniors should apply to graduate during the next-to-last semester. Each student must complete all professional level electrical engineering courses stipulated under "Requirements for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering" with a minimum grade of C in each course. All engineering courses used on the BSEE degree plan must be C or better.
New Graduate Student Orientation
All new electrical engineering graduate students must attend the electrical engineering orientation before registering for courses. It is during this time that new students will be allowed to register for the classes they wish to take.