B.S. in Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering program at St. Mary's University is best known for its high academic standards and innovative student projects. Every engineering senior completes a year-long design project, some of which have even been patented. The curriculum emphasizes new research findings and industry advances, including computer-aided design tools.

Students become well-versed in science and mathematics; current and relevant technical knowledge; extensive, practical hands-on experience in laboratories; and the opportunity to participate in faculty research projects.

Unique facilities available to electrical engineering students include an electrical engineering laboratory accessible 24-hours a day; an energy conversion laboratory for motors, generators and transformers; a manufacturing and robotics laboratory; and a research laboratory equipped with both UNIX and Windows workstations.

The B.S. in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

St. Mary’s University Core 1
SMC 1301Foundations of Civilization3
SMC 1311Foundations of Reflection:Self3
SMC 1312Foundations of Reflection: Nature3
SMC 1313Foundations of Reflection: Others3
SMC 1314Foundations of Reflection: God3
SMC 2301Foundations of Practice: Ethics3
SMC 2302Foundations of Practice: Civic Engagement and Social Action3
SMC 2303Foundations of Practice:Fine Arts and Creative Process3
SMC 2304Foundations of Practice: Literature3
EG 4363Senior Design Project II 23
School of Science, Engineering, and Technology Specific Core
Foreign Languages0
Computer, Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering majors are exempt from the foreign language requirement.
Rhetoric & Composition 23
Rhetoric and Composition
Fine Arts3
Engineering Graphics and Design
Social Science3
Engineering Economy
Senior Design Project I
Select one of the following:
Advanced Theology TH 33XX/43XX
Perspectives and Themes in History, Philosophy and/or Theology
BS Electrical Engineering Major Courses 4
CH 1401General Chemistry I4
EG 1101Introduction to Engineering1
EG 1102Intro to Electrical Engineering1
EG 1302Programming for Engineers3
EG 2141Logic Design Laboratory1
EG 2152Circuit Analysis Laboratory1
EG 2307Engineering Mechanics3
EG 2341Fundamentals of Logic Design3
EG 2352Circuit Analysis I3
EG 2353Circuit Analysis II3
EG 3156Electronics I Lab1
EG 3157Electronics II Lab1
EG 3356Electronics I3
EG 3357Electronics II3
EG 3363Microprocessors I3
EG 3364Microprocessors II3
EG 3366Electromagnetic Theory3
EG 3368Semiconductor Devices3
EG 3372Signals and Systems3
EG 4160Energy Conversion Lab1
EG 4166Adv Electronics Design Lab1
EG 4350Digital Signal Processing3
EG 4360Energy Conversion3
EG 4366Advanced Elec Design3
EG 4369Control Systems3
EG 4370Communication Theory3
MT 2412Calculus I4
MT 2413Calculus II4
MT 3311Differential Equations3
MT 3315Advanced Math for Electrical Engineers3
MT 4331Probability Theory3
PY 1404University Physics I4
PY 2404University Physics II4
Proficiency in Information Technology and Information Literacy
For this major, this requirement will be fulfilled by passing coursework within the degree plan.
Total Semester Hours133

This is a recommended degree plan subject to changes. Please meet with your advisor on a regular basis.

First Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
SMC 13013SMC 13113
EN 13113SMC 13123
EG 11011EG 13013
EG 13023EG 11021
MT 24124MT 24134
PY 14044PY 24044
ND 01010 
 18 18
Second Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
SMC 13133SMC 13143
EG 21411SMC 23013
EG 21521EG 23533
EG 23073EG 31561
EG 23413EG 33563
EG 23523MT 33153
MT 33113 
 17 16
Third Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
CH 14014SMC 23033
EG 31571EG 33643
EG 33573EG 33663
EG 33633EG 41661
EG 33723EG 43503
MT 43313EG 43663
 17 16
Fourth Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
SMC 23023EG 43633
SMC 23043Advanced Theology3
EG 33683EG 33343
EG 43603EG 41601
EG 43623EG 43703
EG 43693 
 18 13
Total Semester Hours 133