Undergraduate Programs We Offer
Electrical Engineering B.S.E.E.
For a complete listing of courses – visit the Public Course Catalog. Enter “Duluth” in the Institution and Campus fields; and enter "EE" for Subject Area, then click “Search”.
Students may choose to pursue a minor in the following areas. They are all free-standing minors applicable to Electrical Engineering students.
Integrated Undergraduate Graduate Program - MS IUG
The Integrated Undergraduate Graduate (IUG) program in Electrical Engineering provides a unique opportunity for top BSEE students to seamlessly integrate their BS and MS degrees. Students typically apply to the program in their junior/senior year and develop an integrated plan of study to complete a BSEE degree directly followed by an MSEE degree with options of Plan A or Plan B. Undergraduate students who are admitted into the IUG program can apply up to 9 credits of approved graduate level coursework to both their undergraduate (BSEE) and graduate (MSEE) degrees. Students must be admitted to the IUG program prior to taking these courses in order to count toward graduate credits. The application deadline of IUG is the same as that of the MSEE program.
IUG application requirements:
- At least two of three recommendation letters should be from Electrical Engineering faculty members
- Minimum GPA of 3.30
- Submit an IUG application form with your online application (see the Director of Graduate Studies for the form)
Undergraduate Minors We Offer
Other minors that are related to Electrical Engineering:
The Electrical Engineering B.S.E.E. program combines traditional electrical engineering topics with current computer design and analysis topics.
The program is concerned with the theory, design, and application of electrical phenomena and digital computers, including electronic circuits, signal analysis, system design, and computer architecture.
We have a wide array of strengths in areas such as electronics, signal processing, electromagnetics, digital computer systems, communications, and controls.
We balance theoretical and practical experience in electrical and computer engineering through analysis, synthesis, and experimentation. Our faculty are dedicated to teaching and research and provide personal attention to students and assistance in instructional and research lab settings.