BSEE Curriculum and Requirements

Curriculum Requirements

A total of 120 semester hours are required for graduation.

Program Core Courses Credit
Hours
General Education (40 hrs)
and Basic Sciences
(14hrs)
Credit
Hours
Elective Courses Credit
Hours
CS 101/101A Introduction to Computing I with lab 4 ENGR 111 Intro to Engineering 3 EE Electives 18
EE 233 Network Analysis I 3 Math 110 Calculus I 4
EE 235 Network Analysis I Lab 1 Phys 111 Principles of Physics I, with lab 4
EE 234 Network Analysis II 2 English 101 Composition and Rhetoric 3
EE 236 Network Analysis II Lab 1 Math 112 Calculus II 4
EE 286 Microprocessors 3 Phys 112 Principles of Physics II, with lab 4
ECON 300 Engineering Economics 3 Math 215 Calculus III 4
EE 317 Introduction to controls systems 3 Social Science Elective 3
EE 337 Analog Electronics Lab I 3 Chem 103 General Chemistry with lab 4
EE 348 Electronics 3 Humanities Elective 3
EE 210 Digital Design I 3 Math 301 Differential Equations 3
EE 333 Signals and Systems 3 Fine Arts elective 3
EE 315/316/350 Communications 3 Social Science Elective 3
EE 346 MEMS 3 Humanities Elective 3
CpE 315 Digital Design II w/ Lab 4 Math 323 Probability and Statistics 3
EE 364 Programmable Logic control 3 Caps C390 Capstone 3
EE 349 Senior Design Project 3
Category total 48 54 18
BS degree

120 sch

Program Requirements

Upon recommendation of the faculty of the School of Engineering, the University of Bridgeport will award the bachelor’s degree to the student of good character who fulfills the following minimum requirements, in addition to those listed in the chapter on Academic Regulations:

  • Participation in such departmental seminars as the faculty prescribes.
  • Earning the total semester hours required for the individual curriculum as listed.
  • Earning a “C” or better in every course in the major and with a cumulative average of 2.0 in the major courses. Each department designates the courses to be included in the major and decides the procedure necessary to remove each deficiency, including any “D” in a major course. When a course is a prerequisite to another, a “C” or better in the prerequisite course may also be a requirement.