B.S., Electrical Engineering

Concentrations: Communications, Computer Engineering, Power and Control

Minimum Requirements for Degree: 135 credits

Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.

General University Requirements
Complete the general university requirements.
General Education Requirements
Complete the general education requirements.
As part of the general education requirements, complete:
CHEM F105X
and CHEM F106X
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry II
8
or PHYS F213X Elementary Modern Physics
MATH F251XCalculus I4
B.S. Degree Requirements
Complete the B.S. degree requirements.
As part of the B.S. degree requirements, complete:
MATH F252XCalculus II4
PHYS F211XGeneral Physics I4
PHYS F212XGeneral Physics II4
Program Requirements
EE F102Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering3
EE F203Electrical Engineering Fundamentals I4
EE F204Electrical Engineering Fundamentals II4
EE F303Electrical Machinery4
EE F311Applied Engineering Electromagnetics3
EE F331High-Frequency Lab1
EE F333Physical Electronics4
EE F334Electronic Circuit Design4
EE F343Digital Systems Analysis and Design4
EE F353Circuit Theory3
EE F354Engineering Signal Analysis3
EE F471Fundamentals of Automatic Control3
ES F101Introduction to Engineering3
ES F201Computer Techniques3
ES F208Mechanics4
ESM F450Economic Analysis and Operations3
MATH F253XCalculus III4
MATH F302Differential Equations3
Approved EE elective3-4
Approved EE design elective3-4
Select one from the following approved engineering science electives:3
Mechanics of Materials
Fluid Mechanics
Basic Thermodynamics
Elements of Material Science/Engineering
Approved mathematics elective 13
Capstone Requirement
Complete the baccalaureate capstone requirement as determined by the program. 2
Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination
Complete the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination administered by the State of Alaska
Concentrations
Select one from the following concentrations:11-12
Communications
Computer Engineering
Power and Control
Total Credits107-110
1

Mathematics elective to be chosen from the following advanced topics: linear algebra and matrices, probability and statistics, partial differential equations, numerical analysis, advanced calculus or complex variables.

2

 EE F408, EE F444 or EE F464 may fulfill the baccalaureate capstone requirement. These courses may also fulfill approved electrical engineering electives.

Concentrations

Communications

EE F412Electromagnetic Waves and Devices3
EE F432Electromagnetics Laboratory1
EE F461Communication Systems4
Select one from the following approved engineering science electives:3
Mechanics of Materials
Fluid Mechanics
Basic Thermodynamics
Elements of Material Science/Engineering
Total Credits11

Computer Engineering

EE F443Computer Engineering Analysis and Design4
EE F451Digital Signal Processing4
EE F461Communication Systems4
Total Credits12

Power and Control

EE F404Electrical Power Systems4
EE F406Electrical Power Engineering4
Select one from the following approved engineering science electives:3
Mechanics of Materials
Fluid Mechanics
Basic Thermodynamics
Elements of Material Science/Engineering
Total Credits11

Note: Students must plan their elective courses in consultation with their electrical engineering faculty advisor, and all elective courses must be approved by their electrical engineering faculty advisor.