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FACULTY: Kevin Bolding, Don Peter, Melani Plett
Electrical Engineering Major
Electrical engineers are instrumental in advancing our society by designing and analyzing components and systems related to electricity, electronics, and electro-magnetism. They are vital to the development of new energy systems, biomedical equipment, computing technologies, telecommunications systems, transportation mechanisms, entertainment systems, and much more.
An education in electrical engineering develops problem-solving and communication skills that are crucial for success in today’s complex global society. Moreover, an electrical engineering graduate is well prepared for a versatile set of rewarding and challenging professional options.
Electrical engineering students at Seattle Pacific University enjoy the combination of a Christ-centered liberal education with a high-quality program accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Suggested schedules and other advising documents are available on the EE academic page of the Engineering Department Website.
All students majoring in EE must pass a practice version of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam before graduation.
Course Requirements for the Electrical Engineering Major
Notes for Electrical Engineering Major Course Requirements
- Students are required to pass the chemistry proficiency exam or take CHM 1100.
- EGR 1402 or 3402 is required. Transfer work will be evaluated by the Engineering department to determine if the student needs to take EGR 1402 Introduction to Engineering or EGR 3402 Introduction to Engineering II. EGR 1402/3402 may be waived for transfer students who complete EE 2726 (Circuits I) at SPU.
Electrical Engineering Minor
The electrical engineering minor requires 22 credits of core courses and 15 credits of upper-division EE courses.
Course Requirements for the Electrical Engineering Minor
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