Undergraduate Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering (B.S.)

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with concentrations in Electrical Engineering (EE) and Computer Engineering (CpE).

Student Learning Outcomes
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

  1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  2. Knowledge of advanced mathematics including differential equations, linear algebra, and discrete mathematics
  3. Ability to use the techniques, skill, and modern Electrical Engineering tools necessary for Electrical Engineering practice
  4. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve Electrical Engineering problems

Degree Requirements

The degree requirements for electrical engineering is an overview of courses required to complete the degree program. Evening courses are also available for this degree program.

Degree Requirements | Evening Courses

Concentrations

The department offers two concentrations in electrical engineering and computer engineering. Both concentrations require a total of 122 credit hours.

Computer Engineering ConcentrationElectrical Engineering Concentration (EE)

If your interests lean more towards robotics, power systems, communications, and audio technologies, then the department offers a concentration in electrical engineering.

Example Elective Courses
 

Electrical EngineeringComputer Engineering Concentration (CpE)

A concentration in computer engineering immerses in the design of computers and computer system components, programming of microcontrollers, and advanced applications.

Example Electives Courses

Admissions Requirements

New or potential undergraduate students should review the College of Engineering's information for engineering freshmen, which includes an important link to the University catalog. The admission process to our bachelor's program is managed by the UNO Office of Admissions.

Next Step: Freshmen Engineering Information

Minor in Electrical Engineering

The department offers a minor in electrical engineering. See what courses are required to complete the minor

Minor requirements

Enrollment and Graduation Data

The following table summarizes enrollment and graduation data for the BSc Electrical Engineering program for the past 4 years. More detailed numbers can be obtained from UNO's Institutional Research and Data Management (IRDM) website.

Academic Year Fall Enrollment # of B.Sc. Degrees Awarded
2010-2011 249 34
2011-2012 225 21
2012-2013 199 31
2013-2014 157 24 (expected)