Current Undergraduate Students
Minor in Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers a minor in Electrical Engineering. Minor in Electrical Engineering requires a minimum of 18 hours of course work. Included in the 18 hours are the following required courses, totaling 14 hours: EL E 235, EL E 236, ENGR 360, ENGR 361, EL E 351, EL E 331. Two EL E elective courses, three hundred or four hundred level, totaling 4 hours or more complete the requirement for the EE minor.

Curriculum - BS EE

The Faculty has identified a curriculum consisting of 128 semester hours that support the specific goals and objectives of the program. Our program is designed to meet these goals and objectives because we believe that modern-day electrical engineering students should not specialize at the undergraduate level. This philosophy is based upon the premise that the amount of technical knowledge in the electrical engineering profession is so extensive that fundamentals should be mastered at the undergraduate level and specialization should be pursued at the graduate level.

Typical Degree Programs of Study

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program offers students the option to choose no specific emphasis area (also referred to as general emphasis) or to choose an emphasis area of Computer Engineering or Biomedical Engineering.

Single-page four-year plans

The links below open PDF files with typical four-year plans in a single page format for each of the electrical engineering program options (128 credit-hour programs):

- The three links immediately below are for students entering the program in fall 2013 or later.

- The four links immediately below are for students entering the program after fall 2011 but prior to fall 2013.

Four-year plans showing prerequisites and corequisites

The links below open PDF files with typical four-year plans for each of the electrical engineering program options (128 credit-hour programs) with course prerequisites and corequisites listed:

- The three links immediately below are for students entering the program in fall 2013 or later.

- The four links immediately below are for students entering the program in fall 2011 but prior to fall 2013.

Electives
General Education Electives

The Electrical Engineering Program follows the general education requirements of the School of Engineering, but requires students to take ECON 310 (Engineering Economy). ECON 310 is considered to be a 'social science' course and counts as three of the required six hours in the social/behavioral science area described in the general education requirements of the School of Engineering.

The General Education Requirements of the School of Engineering are provided in the link to a PDF file below:

Technical Electives

Students are allowed to choose technical electives that are a coherent group of courses from appropriate areas to permit the students to pursue particular topics in more depth than provided by required courses or to complement the student's major area of study. Selection of these courses should be made in consultation with and approved by the student's department chair/adviser.

Schedule
Schedules for classes taught by the Electrical Engineering Department
Graduation Information

The links below open PDF files with a course checklist for graduation in a single page format for each of the electrical engineering program options (128 credit-hour programs):

- The three links immediately below are for students graduating under an academic catalog for 2013/2014 or later.

- The four links immediately below are for students graduating under an academic catalog for years after 2010/2011 or prior to 2013/2014.

The Degree Application Process

(Step 1) Download an appropriate Excel spreadsheet shown below, electronically fill the grades, save the excel file and email it to the chair (viswa@olemiss.edu). Don’t submit a paper copy of the saved Excel sheet. The calculated Engineering GPA from the Excel sheet needs to be entered on the graduation application- see Step 2. Any non-completion of a course will show grade F so leave it as is (only successfully completed courses at the time of submission of this form are included in Engineering GPA calculation). The other two GPAs needed to be filled on the application, namely, resident GPA and overall GPA, can be obtained from your myolemiss.

(Step 2) Download and complete the Degree Application form, sign the form and submit it to the department chair or secretary.