B.S. in Electrical Engineering

Students will:

  • Have an ability to to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
  • Have an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
  • Have an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  • Have an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
  • Have an ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
  • Have an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
  • Have an ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

General Education Requirements

For a full description of Embry-Riddle General Education guidelines, please see the General Education section of this catalog. These minimum requirements are applicable to all degree programs.

Communication Theory & Skills (COM 122, COM 219, COM 221)9
Lower-Level Humanities *3
Lower-Level Social Sciences *3
Lower or Upper-Level Humanities or Social Sciences *3
Upper-Level Humanities or Social Sciences *3
Computer Science (CS 223)3
Mathematics (MA 241 & MA 242)8
Physical and Life Sciences - (PS 150, PS 160 & PS 253)7
Total Credits39
Professional Preparation
EGR 101Introduction to Engineering2
UNIV 101College Success1
Mathematics
MA 243Calculus and Analytical Geometry III4
MA 345Differential Equations and Matrix Methods4
MA 412Probability and Statistics3
MA 441Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics I3
Physical Science
PS 250Physics for Engineers III3
Computer Engineering
CEC 220Digital Circuit Design3
CEC 222Digital Circuit Design Laboratory1
CEC 315Signals and Systems3
CEC 320Microprocessor Systems3
CEC 322Microprocessor Systems Laboratory1
CEC 410Digital Signal Processing3
CEC 411Digital Signal Processing Laboratory1
Computer Science
CS 344C Programming and UNIX3
Electrical Engineering
EE 223Linear Circuits Analysis I3
EE 224Electrical Engineering Laboratory I1
EE 300Linear Circuits Analysis II3
EE 302Electronic Devices and Circuits3
EE 304Electronic Circuits Laboratory1
EE 307Avionics I3
EE 308Introduction to Electrical Communications3
EE 340Electric and Magnetic Fields3
EE 401Control Systems Analysis and Design3
EE 402Control Systems Laboratory1
EE 417Digital Communications3
EE 420Electrical Engineering Capstone I3
EE 421Electrical Engineering Capstone II3
EE 430Introduction to Radio Frequency Circuits3
EE 430LRadio Frequency Circuits Laboratory1
Systems Engineering
SYS 320Systems Engineering Practices 3
Required Electives
CEC/CS/EE/SE Upper-Level Elective3
Specified Electives *9
Total Credits90
Total Degree Credits129
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Approved by Program Coordinator

Students should be aware that several courses in each academic year may have prerequisites and/or corequisites (check the course descriptions before registering for classes to ensure requisite sequencing).

See the Common Year One outline in the Engineering Fundamentals Program Introduction. CS 223  is a required course for this degree program.

Year One
Credits
See the common Year One outline in the College of Engineering introduction. 33
 Credits Subtotal33.0
Year Two
CEC 320 Microprocessor Systems 3
CEC 322 Microprocessor Systems Laboratory 1
COM 221 Technical Report Writing 3
MA 243 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III 4
PS 250 Physics for Engineers III 3
PS 253 Physics Laboratory for Engineers 1
HU/SS Lower-Level Elective 3
CEC 315 Signals and Systems 3
EE 223 Linear Circuits Analysis I 3
EE 224 Electrical Engineering Laboratory I 1
MA 345 Differential Equations and Matrix Methods 4
PS 160 Physics for Engineers II 3
 Credits Subtotal32.0
Year Three
EE 308 Introduction to Electrical Communications 3
HU/SS Upper Level 3
EE 302 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3
EE 304 Electronic Circuits Laboratory 1
EE 300 Linear Circuits Analysis II 3
MA 441 Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Physics I 3
CS 344 C Programming and UNIX 3
EE 307 Avionics I 3
CEC/EE/SE/CS Upper Level 3
EE 340 Electric and Magnetic Fields 3
MA 412 Probability and Statistics 3
 Credits Subtotal31.0
Year Four
EE 420 Electrical Engineering Capstone I 3
Specified Electives 9
CEC 410 Digital Signal Processing 3
CEC 411 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory 1
EE 430 Introduction to Radio Frequency Circuits 3
EE 430L Radio Frequency Circuits Laboratory 1
SYS 320 Systems Engineering Practices 3
EE 421 Electrical Engineering Capstone II 3
EE 417 Digital Communications 3
EE 401 Control Systems Analysis and Design 3
EE 402 Control Systems Laboratory 1
 Credits Subtotal33.0
 Credits Total: 129.0