Electrical Engineering (BS)
For a detailed description of the classes, please visit the WSU Catalog
EE Suggested Course Schedule
Program Prerequisite: Not required.
Minor: Not required.
Grade Requirements: A grade of “C” or better in all ECE and support courses is required for this major (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable). Students must have an overall GPA of 2.5 or higher to graduate.
Credit Hour Requirements: A total of 122 credit hours is required for graduation.
Electrical Engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the design and development of electronic devices and systems such as computers, telecommunications and controls. The Electrical Engineering Program offers courses in basic analog and digital circuits, microelectronic systems, electromagnetics, embedded systems, and signal processing. An internship, which gives students engineering work experience, is also part of the program. In the senior year, students complete a two-semester capstone project that integrates their course work. The program prepares graduates to enter engineering industry or pursue advanced studies in the discipline.
Program Educational Objectives
Educational objectives are the career and life accomplishments that the program prepares graduates
to achieve within a few years after graduation. The educational objectives of the WSU Electrical
Engineering Program are to produce graduates that are able to:
- Design and develop electrical systems.
- Effectively communicate technical information and participate in a team environment.
- Engage in life-long learning through continuing education and industrial practice.
- Demonstrate professional ethics and social awareness.
The Weber State University Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET.
All Electrical Engineering students are required to meet with their faculty advisor at least annually for course and program advisement. Please call the department secretary at 801-626-6898 for the name of your advisor and to schedule an appointment. Individual student records are accessible through the WSU Home Page.
See the faculty advisor or department secretary to declare your program of study (major).
For information on Departmental Honors, please see the Electrical Engineering website at https://www.weber.edu/engineering/honors.html or the Honors Program.
Refer to Degree and General Education Requirements for Bachelor of Science degrees. Consult with your advisor and refer to the major requirements below for specific general education courses required.
Major Course Requirements for EE BS Degree
Electrical Engineering Required Courses (49 credit hours)
- ENGR 1000 - Introduction to Engineering Credits: (2)
- ECE 1000 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering Credits: (2)
- ECE 1270 - Introduction to Electrical Circuits Credits: (4)
- ECE 2260 - Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits Credits: (4)
- ECE 2700 - Digital Circuits Credits: (4)
- ECE 3000 - Engineering Seminar Credits: (1)
- ECE 3110 - Microelectronics I Credits: (4)
- ECE 3120 - Microelectronics II Credits: (4)
- ECE 3210 - Signals and Systems Credits: (4)
- ECE 3310 - Electromagnetics I Credits: (4)
- ECE 3610 - Digital Systems Credits: (4)
- ECE 3710 - Embedded Systems Credits: (4)
- ECE 3890 - Internship Credits: (2)
- ECE 4010 - Senior Project I Credits: (2)
- ECE 4020 - Senior Project II Credits: (2)
- ECE 4100 - Control Systems Credits: (4)
Electrical Engineering Elective Courses (6 credit hours)
Select 6 credit hours from the following 4000 level courses
- ECE 5110 - Digital VLSI Design Credits: (3)
- ECE 5120 - Advanced VLSI Design Credits: (3)
- ECE 5130 - Advanced Semiconductor Devices Credits: (3)
- ECE 5210 - Digital Signal Processing Credits: (3)
- ECE 5310 - Electromagnetics II Credits: (3)
- ECE 5410 - Communication Circuits and Systems Credits: (3)
- ECE 5420 - Digital Communication Credits: (3)
- ECE 5510 - Power Systems Credits: (3)
- ECE 5710 - Real-Time Embedded Systems Credits: (4)
- ECE 5800 - Individual Studies Credits: (1-4)
- ECE 5900 - Special Topics Credits: (1-4)
Support Courses Required (minimum of 27 credit hours)
- CS 2250 - Structured Computing in a Selected Language Credits: (4) or both
- CS 1400 - Fundamentals of Programming Credits: (4) and
- CS 1410 - Object-Oriented Programming Credits: (4)
- ENGL 3100 - Professional and Technical Writing Credits: (3) or
- NTM 3250 - Business Communication Credits: (3)
- MATH 1220 - Calculus II Credits: (4)
- MATH 2210 - Calculus III Credits: (4)
- MATH 2250 - Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Credits: (4) or both
- MATH 2270 - Elementary Linear Algebra Credits: (3) and
- MATH 2280 - Ordinary Differential Equations Credits: (3)
- MATH 3410 - Probability and Statistics I Credits: (3)
- PHYS 2220 - Physics for Scientists and Engineers II Credits: (5)
General Education Courses Required (40-43 credit hours)
- ENGL 2010 EN - Intermediate College Writing Credits: (3) prerequisite is ENGL 1010 Introductory College Writing (3) or equivalent
- American Institutions (AI) (3)
- MATH 1210 - Calculus I Credits: (4)
- Computer & Information Literacy (2)
- COMM 2110 HU - Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Credits: (3)
- Humanities and Creative Arts (HU/CA) (6)
- ECON 2010 SS - Principles of Microeconomics Credits: (3)
- Social Science and Diversity (SS/DV) (3)
- CHEM 1210 PS - Principles of Chemistry I Credits: (5)
- PHYS 2210 PS - Physics for Scientists and Engineers I Credits: (5)
- Life Science (LS) (3)