BS in Electrical Engineering-Four-Year Program - Fall 2009

SUNY Application Center Curriculum Code: 0266 (If undecided use: 0229)

Engineering Design Division

(The freshman year is common to all engineering majors)

Fall

Math 221: Calculus I (M)
Chem 111: Chemical Principles (L)
WTSN 111: Exploring Engineering I (2 credits)
WTSN 103: Engineering Communications I (2 credits)
General Education Elective (P)
Body/Wellness

Spring

Math 222: Calculus I
PHYS 131: General Physics I
WTSN 112: Exploring Engineering II (2 credits)
WTSN 104: Engineering Communications II (2 credits)
General Education Elective (G)
Body/Wellness

Confirmation of major form filed in Watson Student Services

(Final three years of Electrical Engineering Major)

Year Two

Fall

Math 371: Ordinary Differential Equation
PHYS 132: General Physics II
CS 211: Programming I for Engineers
EECE 251: Digital Logic Design
EECE 281: EECE Seminar I

Spring

ISE 261: Probabilistic Systems I
EECE 260: Electrical Circuits
CS 212: Programming II for Engineers
EECE 252: Computer Organization & Microprocessors

Year Three

Fall

Math 323: Calculus III
EECE 315: Electronics I
EECE 301: Signals and Systems
EECE 332: Semiconductor Devices
EECE 382: EECE Seminar II

Spring

EECE 387: EECE Design Lab
EECE 323: Electromagnetics
EECE 361: Control Systems
EECE 377: Communication Systems
Professional Elective I

Year Four

Fall

EECE 487: Senior Project I (J)
Technical Elective I
General Education Elective (A)
General Education Elective (H)

Spring

EECE 488: Senior Project II
Technical Elective II
Professional Elective II
General Education Elective (N)

Important Electrical Engineering Notes:

Electrical Engineering, one of the broadest engineering disciplines, is the branch of engineering that focuses on designing components and systems that utilize electrons and photons. Electrical engineers design wireless and fiber optic telecommunication systems. Both large corporations and small companies hire electrical engineer graduates.

The Watson School’s BSEE program, is accredited by ABET, the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology.  Our program covers all areas of electrical engineering and provides a balance between theory and practical application. It prepares graduates for a dynamic career in electrical engineering by providing them with the skills and knowledge for success. The faculty in our department are dedicated to providing the environment and opportunities students need.

Our curriculum is excellent preparation for graduate studies. For qualified undergraduates, we offer an accelerated five-year program that leads to both a BS and an MS degree in electrical engineering. A five-year program offering a BS in electrical engineering and a master of business administration will start in 2003.

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Last Updated: 11/26/13