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Electrical Engineering is a challenging and rewarding course of study. It requires a love of math, strong study habits, the ability to visualize abstract concepts, and a willingness to explore new frontiers where you will learn to create new designs from first principles. In the EE program, you will find yourself among like-minded students in small classes with faculty who have a thorough knowledge of the topics they are teaching as well as practical experience in their fields.
Nearly a third of our EE students are members of the Honors College, which offers high-achieving students special housing, academic, leadership and social programs. The Honors College coordinates undergraduate research and pre-professional programs.
Mission Statement, Program Educational Objectives, & Student Outcomes
We invite you to learn more about the Electrical Engineering Program through our Mission Statement, Educational Objectives, & Student Outcomes, or review recent Annual Student Enrollment and Graduation Data.
Curriculum and Course Descriptions
You will find curriculum and course descriptions in the WCU catalog for the academic year in which you are admitted. To ensure that you stay on track toward graduation, it is critically important for you to work with your faculty adviser. He or she can give you the most accurate information about the requirements of your degree program. Your adviser also can provide the ALT PIN you must have in order to register through My Cat for classes.
The EE Eight-Semester Plan (PDF) suggests the sequence of courses required for a BS in Electrical Engineering.
Senior Capstone Project
As part of the Kimmel School's focus on project-based learning, EE students are required to participate in a two-semester Senior Capstone Project. Working under the guidance of faculty and mentors, teams of two-to-four seniors tackle complex challenges proposed by project sponsors. The teams use a stage/gate process to set specific goals, deadlines and deliverables that culminate in fully tested products, concepts or new knowledge that project sponsors can use for practical purposes or develop further.
If you want to know more about engineering and technology majors, the admission criteria, or the courses that are offered, please contact the Department of Enginerring & Technology at email@example.com.
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