Each student must satisfy the curricular requirement published in the Bulletin of Information: Undergraduate Program.
University Core (26 credits)
Requirements if you enrolled at Notre Dame pre-Fall 2018
Requirements if you enrolled at Notre Dame Fall 2018 or after
Note that the Quantitive Reasoning and the Science & Technology requirements of the University Core are satisfied by completing the Basic Science Core of the EE degree program.
Students who complete the ROTC program may substitute 3 hours of military science for either the history or the social science requirement.
Basic Science Core (30 credit hours)
- MATH 10550: Calculus I
- MATH 10560: Calculus II
- MATH 20550: Calculus III
- MATH 20580: Introduction to Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
- MATH 30650: Differential Equations
- CHEM 10171: General Chemistry: Fundamental Principles
- PHYS 10310: General Physics I
- PHYS 10320: General Physics II
- Basic Engineering Core (6 credit hours)
- EG 10111: Introduction to Engineering Systems I
- EG 10112: Introduction to Engineering Systems II
Electrical Engineering Core (36 credit hours)
- EE 20224: Introduction to Electric Circuit Analysis
- EE 20225: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
- EE 20234: Electronic Circuits
- EE 20242: Electronics
- EE 30344: Signal and Systems
- EE 30347: Fundamentals of Semiconductors
- EE 30348: Electromagnetic Fields
- EE 30363: Random Phenomena in Electrical Engineering
- EE 41430: Senior Design I
- EE 41440: Senior Design II
- CSE 20133: Introduction to Computing for EE Majors
- CSE 20221: Logic Design
Electrical Engineering Electives (18 credit hours)
List of EE electives expected to be offered.
Except for the conditions listed below, any EE or CSE course at or above the junior level that is not required in the student’s program applies to this requirement.
- At least one EE elective must be an EE Lab Elective.
- A maximum of 6 credit hours of undergraduate research may be applied toward degree requirements.
Technical Electives (9 credit hours)
List of courses pre-approved as EE Technical Electives.
Credit for other courses in his category may be granted by approval of the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Students who complete the ROTC program may use 3 hours of military science for 3 hours of technical elective.
Free Electives (6 credit hours)
Any graded course for which the student has proper prerequisites.