College of Professional & International Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley

Typical Degree Completion Course Sequence

For course descriptions, go to the CSULB 2019-2020 Catalog and search for the course number or name in the search box or use the drop-down menu to find the department (for example, EE for Electrical Engineering or PHIL for Philosophy) and then scroll down for the course number. For upper-division courses, look under "Courses" on the right-hand side once you're in the correct department.

Fall Semester 1 (15 Units)

Math370A Applied Mathematics I (3)

EE 201 Digital Logic Design (3)

EE 202 Computer Methods in Engineering (3)

EE 380 Probability, Statistics, and Stochastic Modeling (3)

EE 350 Energy Conversion Principles (3)

Spring Semester 2 (13 Units)

EE 301 Digital System Design (3)

EE 310 Signals and Systems (3)

EE 330 Analog Electronic Circuits I (4)

EE 346 Microprocessor Principles and Applications (3)

Summer Semester 3 (3 Units)

ENGR 310 Business Communications in Engineering Professions (3)**

Fall Semester 4 (13 Units)

EE 406 Project Cost-Benefit Analysis (3)

EE 360 Electromagnetic Fields (3)

EE 370 Control Systems (3)

EE 370L Control Systems Laboratory (1)

EE 382 Communication Systems I (3)

Spring Semester 5 (13 Units)

EE 386 Digital Signal Processing (3)

EE 400D Electrical Engineering Design Seminar and Project (3)

EE 482 Communication Systems II (3)

EE 430 Analog Electronic Circuits II (3)

EE 430L Analog Electronic Laboratory II (1)

Summer Semester 6

Opportunity for Internship - Practical Industry Experience

ENGR 310 Business Communications in Engineering Professions (3)**

Fall Semester 7 (12 Units)

EE 486 Digital Signal Processing for Multimedia Communications (3)

EE 470 Digital Control (3)

EE 447 Designs of Electronic Systems (3)

ENGR 361 Scientific Research Communications (3)

** Students who pass the Writing Proficiency Examination (WPE) in Fall do not need to take this course.

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