Program Components

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering will consist of four components totaling 139 credit hours:
  • Core Curriculum.

Courses in PMU core competencies, communications, Arabic Language and Islamic Studies, physical education, mathematics, laboratory science, and social and behavioral sciences.
  • The College of Engineering Requirements.

Seven college courses designated with the GEEN and described under the College Programs. This coursework represents conceptual and skill-based knowledge that is common to all engineering degree programs in the College of Engineering.
  • Degree Program Requirements.

These requirements consist of 45 hours of course work in electrical engineering as follows:

  • EEEN 2111: Circuits I Lab

  • EEEN 3301 internship

  • EEEN 3312: Circuits II

  • EEEN 3331: Digital Systems (with lab)

  • EEEN 3341: Signals and Systems

  • EEEN 3361: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

  • EEEN 3391: Probability and Random Signal Analysis

  • EEEN 3421: Electronics I (with lab)

  • EEEN 3422: Electronics II (with lab)

  • EEEN 4321: Sensors and Instrumentation

  • EEEN 4311: Design Methodology and Project Management

  • EEEN 4331: Microprocessors (with lab)

  • EEEN 4351: Automatic Control Systems (with lab)

  • EEEN 4361: Electric Machinery (with lab)

  • EEEN 4391: Advanced Applied Mathematics

Degree Electives:

The Electrical Engineering Degree Program will require nine semester credit hours of electives to be taken from six 4000 level courses composed of two options, in Electrical Power Systems and in Telecommunications Systems.

The Electrical Power Systems Option consists of three courses:

  • EEEN 4341: Communication Systems (with lab)

  • EEEN 4371: Electric Power Systems

  • EEEN 4372: Electric Power Transmission and Distribution

The Telecommunications Systems Option consists of three courses:

  • EEEN 4341: Communication Systems (with lab)

  • EEEN 4342: Digital Communication Systems

  • EEEN 4343: Wireless Communication Systems