BS in Electrical Engineering
Students enrolled in Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program have an opportunity to study digital design, product design, probability and statistics, and other topics of interest. Learn more about Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program here.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
School Offering Program:
Colorado Technical University
Applicants to CTU's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program should have a strong background in the sciences and mathematics as well as an interest in learning more about product design and the field of engineering. Applicants to Colorado Technical University's programs should have already earned a high school diploma or equivalent.
CTU's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program is designed to teach students the skills needed to formulate, identify, and solve problems in engineering. Students enrolled in the degree program also have an opportunity to interpret and analyze data as well as work on laboratory experiments that build upon topics covered in the curriculum. Some of the subjects covered in the degree program include linear algebra, advanced electronic design, circuit analysis, digital design, and electromagnetics.
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Financial aid is available for those who qualify, and Colorado Technical University's Staff help students identify aid options. Aid opportunities include federal grants; military aid; and federal, state, and private lending programs. Financial aid options differ based on the program's learning format.
Total Credits Required:
Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering:
Program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Colorado Technical University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
- CE 242: Computer Architecture (4 credits)
- EE 110: Introduction to Engineering (4 credits)
- EE 221: Circuit Analysis (5 credits)
- EE 252: Digital Design I (5 credits)
- EE 312: Embedded Microcontrollers (5 credits)
- EE 325: CMOS Design (5 credits)
- EE 331: Circuit Analysis II (5 credits)
- EE 335: Advanced Engineering Mathematics (5 credits)
- EE 341: Advanced Circuit Analysis (5 credits)
- EE 343: Signals and Systems (4 credits)
- EE 352: Digital Design II (5 credits)
- EE 375: Electronic Design I (5 credits)
- EE 395: Electronic Design II (5 credits)
- EE 415: Advanced Electronic Design II (5 credits)
- EE 443: Communication Systems I (4 credits)
- EE 463: Communications Systems II (4 credits)
- EE 490: Product Design I (4 credits)
- EE 491: Product Design II (4 credits)
- MATH 302: Differential Equations (5 credits)
- MATH 304: Linear Algebra (4 credits)
- MATH 366: Probability and Statistics (5 credits)
- PHY 211: Physics I - Mechanics (5 credits)
- PHY 212: Physics II - Heat, Light, and Sound (5 credits)
- PHY 340: Electromagnetics (5 credits)
- PHY 350: Solid State Physics (5 credits)
General Education Courses
- CHE 105: Introduction to Chemistry (5 credits)
- CS 115: Programming with C++ (4 credits)
- ECON 201: Macroeconomics (4 credits)
- EM 208: Web Development I (4 credits)
- ENGL 111: English Composition I (4 credits)
- ENGL 112: English Composition II (4 credits)
- ENGL 210: Professional Speaking (4 credits)
- ENGL 240: Professional Communication for Technical Careers (4 credits)
- HIST 150 or HIST 210: World History Since 1500 or World History and Culture I (4 credits)
- INTD 121: Introduction to the Design Process (4 credits)
- LITR 220 or HUMN 200: Values in World Literature or Art and Music Appreciation (4 credits)
- MATH 201: Calculus I (4 credits)
- MATH 202: Calculus II (5 credits)
- PHIL 340: Ethics for the Technology Age (4 credits)
- PM 220: Project Management Tools (4 credits)
- PSYC 100: Introduction to Psychology (4 credits)
Furthering Your Education:
Students who have completed Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering have an opportunity to pursue a master's degree in the field. A master's degree program may include concentration options. Some of these options could include multimedia networking, microelectronic circuits, wireless and mobile communications, and telecommunications engineering. Some master's degree programs in the field may also require that students complete a thesis.
Some possible master's degree programs could include:
- Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
- Master of Science in Systems Engineering
- Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Master of Science in Electronic and Information Engineering
Graduates of Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering have an opportunity to pursue entry-level positions in the field. Potential employers include design firms and companies that specialize in manufacturing. Some of the skills they seek out in job candidates include strong communication skills, math skills, analytical skills, and the ability to think creatively.
Some potential job titles could include:
- Test engineer
- Design engineer
- Research engineer
- Electrical applications engineer
Colorado Technical University does not guarantee salary or employment.
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
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