The Bachelor of Arts with a major in Electrical Engineering (B.A.) is highly flexible; a student is able to tailor the program to his or her interests, be they broad or highly focused. The B.A. can be combined with courses from other departments to create an interdisciplinary program, which may be appropriate for students planning further study in law, business, or medicine. A B.A. program must have a total of at least 123 semester hours. A course can satisfy only one program requirement. Students who place out of required courses without transcript credit must substitute other approved courses in the same area. See the General Announcements for the general university degree requirements. The program leading to the B.A. degree is not accredited by the EAC of ABET.
COMP 140 Computational Thinking
ECE CORE COURSES
Choose one based on specialization areas:
*The required Design Laboratory does not count as a specialization course.
**ELEC 303 is required for BA; must have instructor's approval.