Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with Biomedical Engineering Focus

Required 128 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above including):

I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing)

II. Electrical Engineering required courses 

EE 101Introduction to Electrical Engineering1
EE 201
201L
Introduction to Digital Electronics
and Digital Electronics Laboratory
4
EE 206
206L
Circuit Analysis
and Circuits Laboratory I
4
EE 304Computer Aided Measurement and Controls3
EE 313
313L
Linear Electric Circuits
and Circuits Laboratory II
4
EE 314
314L
Signals and Systems
and Signal and Systems Laboratory
4
EE 316Electric and Magnetic Fields3
EE 318Engineering Data Analysis3
EE 321
321L
Electronics I
and Electronics Laboratory I
4
EE 405
405L
Control Systems I
and Control Systems Laboratory
4
EE 409Distributed Networks3
EE 421
421L
Electronics II
and Electronics Lab II
4
EE 452
452L
Embedded Systems
and Embedded Systems Design Laboratory
4
EE 480Senior Design I3
EE 481Senior Design II3
Total Credits51

 III. Program Required Electives

Electrical Engineering Electives 29
Non-Electrical Engineering Electives 33
Algorithms and Data Structures
Advanced Programming Languages
Fluid Mechanics
Statics
Dynamics
Mechanics of Materials
Discrete Mathematics
Materials Science
Fluid Mechanics
Thermodynamics
Total Credits12

IV. College of Engineering and Mines Requirements

ENGR 340Professional Integrity in Engineering3
ENGR 460Engineering Economy3
Total Credits6

V. Requirements outside of the College of Engineering and Mines 

BIMD 220
220L
Human Anatomy & Physiology I
and Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
4
BIMD 221
221L
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
and Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
4
BIOL 150
150L
General Biology I
and General Biology I Laboratory
4
BIOL 151
151L
General Biology II
and General Biology II Laboratory
4
CHEM 121
121L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
4
MATH 165Calculus I4
MATH 166Calculus II4
MATH 265Calculus III4
MATH 266Elementary Differential Equations3
PHYS 251University Physics I4
PHYS 252University Physics II4
PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
or SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
Total Credits46

VI. Additional Recommended Pre-Medical Courses

BIMD 301Biochemistry3
BIMD 302
302L
General Microbiology Lecture
and General Microbiology Laboratory
4
BIOL 315Genetics3
BIOL 369
369L
Histology
and Histology Lab
4
BIOL 420Neuroscience3
CHEM 341
341L
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
4
CHEM 342
342L
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
4
1

Grade of "C" or better in all EE courses required for graduation.

2

Maximum of three credits of EE 490 Electrical Engineering Problems, are allowed as an independent study, it can count towards one of the Electrical Engineering or non-Electrical Engineering elective requirements, it cannot be double counted. 2 credits of EE 397 Cooperative Education (40 hours/week) is equivalent to 3 credits of the EE Electives with S/U grading, maximum 4 credits of EE 397 is equivalent to maximum of 6 credits of EE Elective.

3

Non-EE Elective choices: Engr 201 Statics, Engr 202 Dynamics, Engr 203 Mechanics of Materials, ME 301 Materials Science, ME/CE 306 Fluid Mechanics, and ME 341 Thermodynamics, Computer Science, Engineering (including EE), Math, and Physics courses approved by advisor, normally 300 level or higher. Math 308 History of Math and Math 321 Applied Statistical Methods do not meet the requirement for Non-EE elective. CSci 242 Algorithms and Data Structures, CSci 260 Advanced Programming Languages, and Math 208 Discrete Mathematics are permitted.

4

Students must ensure all appropriate pre-requisites are met prior to registering for all courses in the curriculum.