Electronics Engineering majors take a strong program of courses in electrical engineering fundamentals, electronics engineering, mathematics and physics. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes preparing students to engage in design, development, applications, and management in the electronics and telecommunications industries. The upper-level courses will give students a solid background in modern electronic circuits and systems with a major focus in the area of Telecommunications Engineering. Telecommunications Engineering includes: protocols for high speed data communications over different media, standard protocol implementations, switching design for high speed routing, performance evaluations, and system integration for short and long haul communications including connectivity and fault tolerance.
The department offers several areas of concentration so students can a attain an in-depth study of a topic in electronics engineering.
The Electronics Engineering concentrations are:
- Robotics and Control
- Radio Frequency (RF) Systems
- Electrical Engineering
Consult an academic adviser for further information on the courses within each concentration and any prerequisites that may be needed.
Students from the electronics engineering program may take any of the concentrations from the computer engineering program, but electronics engineering majors must complete at least one of the electronics engineering concentrations.