Common Required Courses for Bachelor of Science Degrees and Dual Majors
All candidates for bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering (BSEE) and bachelor of science degree in computer engineering (BSCpE) are required to complete a total of one hundred (100) semester hours of common required courses, of which twenty-four (24) hours are English, social science and humanities courses (General Studies Courses), forty-two (42) hours are engineering core courses (listed below), and thirty-four (34) hours are required electrical and computer engineering courses (listed below).
*This is a State Common Prerequisite. Substitutes indicated in the State Common Prerequisites Manual at www.facts.org will be accepted.
Requirements for a Major in Electrical Engineering
Students majoring in electrical engineering are required to complete a total of 128 semester hours of course work, of which one hundred (100) are Common Required Courses, twelve (12) are required Tier-2 electrical engineering course, thirteen (13) semester hours are technical elective courses, and three (3) semester hours of EEL 4915C EE Senior Design Project II.
Technical Electives for Electrical Engineering Major
One (1) semester hour must be an electrical engineering (EE) laboratory elective;
Twenty-one (21) semester hours must be EE technical electives, and
Three (3) credits may be an EE or a non-EE elective.
The non-EE technical elective must be selected from a list of departmentally approved courses offered by other departments at Florida A&M University. Courses not on the list may be taken with prior approval of the department.
Suggested Course Sequence
(starting with Calculus I)
(Note: This is an example which shows how degree requirements can be satisfied in eight regular and one summer term. Other course sequences are possible and allowable as long as course prerequisites are observed. Students should verify their plan of study with their advisors).