Elective Courses for the
Electrical Engineering (EE) Option
Elective courses in electrical engineering are intended to achieve
Round out the design requirements of the BS degree.
This is accomplished by taking a minimum number of hours of
4xxx-level EE courses designated by the department as having
significant design content.
Allow students to pursue one of the three stated emphasis
areas in the catalog, i.e., 1) Electronics, 2) Energy, 3)
Systems and Signal Processing 4) Computers. This is accomplished by electing
EE courses or courses outside the department that are supportive
of the emphasis area.
The number of design electives required in electrical engineering varies depending on the student's official catalog. Below is a list of approved design electives for EE
*EE 3232 is a prerequisite to EE 4232 and EE 4250
#EE 3160 is a prerequisite for EE 4003 the DSP Design course
Approved Technical Electives -
* These can sometimes be catalog year dependent, so be sure to check your catalog year for specific requirements.
Electrical Engineering students must take three technical electives. At least one must be from Group I. If only one of the three is taken from Group I, at least one other technical elective must be from Group II.
Any EE 4xxx course,
Extra breadth elective course
EE 3060 and EE 3061