You will earn your bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering by successfully completing your general education, pre-engineering, and professional electrical engineering courses.
A "C-" or better must also be earned in the following courses if they are used as a prerequisite or co-requisite of an electrical engineering course.
- ELECTENG 3130: Solid State Electronic Devices
- ELECTENG 3320: Automatic Controls
- ELECTENG 3410: Introduction to Electrical Machines and Power Systems
- ELECTENG 3780: Introduction to Microprocessors
- PHYSICS 3140: Modern Physics
- COMPUTER 1430: Programming in C++
A "C" or better must be earned in all of the required electrical engineering courses along with an average GPA of 2.0 or higher in all electrical engineering courses.
You must earn a "C-" or better in Calculus I, II, and III; Physics I; Statistics; Strength of Materials; Dynamics; Engineering Model and Design; Applications of Electrical Engineering; and Mechanics of Materials when used as a prerequisite for UW-Platteville mechanical engineering courses.