SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A DEGREE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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The College of Science and Engineering is a gateway to in-demand STEM careers projected to make up a significant portion of the U.S. and global economy.
Shape an innovative framework with an award-winning faculty including four Regents Professors, a highly selective honor for exemplary contributions to their university, community and the State of Texas.
Our faculty will help you tackle complex challenges and discover solutions with hands-on research in various fields.
Our Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree program is ABET-accredited. This signifies that the program meets the rigorous academic standards set by the accreditor. Graduating from an accredited program means you'll receive a quality education that prepares you for building a safer, more sustainable world. Learn more about our program standards, enrollment and graduation data below.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. ABET accreditation signifies that a program meets rigorous academic standards set by the accreditor. Graduating from an accredited program means you'll receive a quality education that prepares you for building a safer, more sustainable world. Learn more about our accreditation by viewing our graduation data and program standards. The result of these standards are laid out in our Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes.
Internship experience provides the foundation employers are often looking for. Although not required for your degree, internships are an important part of your education experience. These are just a few of the companies that partner with Career Development and offer opportunities for A&M-Commerce electrical engineering students.
This course introduces you to the theory and design of digital logic circuits, including number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, combinational and sequential circuit design and analysis, Karnaugh maps, truth tables, logic optimization, arithmetic circuits, flip-flops, counters, memory and storage, synchronous and asynchronous state machines, and introduction to programmable logic.
This course teaches you the principles of electromagnetic (EM) fields and their propagation, power and energy contents, and their properties in guided and unguided structures. It aims to bridge between circuit theory and the EM fields through the detailed treatment of the guided structure, particularly transmission lines. The course is supported by simulation software (e.g. MATLAB, LABVIEW).
This course introduces you to the hardware and software architecture of the AVR Microcontrollers and its applications. It also includes embedded system types, programming the microcontroller in assembly and C, serial and parallel data transfer, interfacing I/O devices, as well as real world applications using Arduino and other devices.
Undergraduate Program Costs
Tuition and fees for undergraduate students taking 12 credit hours are $4,212 for Texas residents and $9,108 for non-residents.