Arkansas State University - Campus Querátaro

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.)

Arkansas State University - Campus Querátaro

Licenciatura
Escolarizada
133 Horas
  • Colón (Querétaro)
84.978 $

Descripción

Electrical engineering is a broad field that cuts across many other disciplines utilizing electrical energy; electrical/electronic systems; computers; electromagnetic devices; communications; and electrical control. Electrical engineering is a marketable, lucrative, geographically widespread, and fulfilling career.

An electrical engineering education builds upon a strong foundation in mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, as well as, increasingly, strong laboratory/field, instrumentation, computer, problem solving, design, human relations, teamwork/leadership, economics, and communication knowledge and skills. Historically "non-technical" issues, such as global trade, ethics, litigation, aesthetics, and the environment, are also becoming increasingly important in an electrical engineering career. The Electrical Engineering Program has designed a curriculum to provide its students competence in and sensitivity to these areas.

Temario del curso

General education (38h)
  • ENG 1003    Composition I    
  • ENG 1013    Composition II    
  • ENG 2013    World Literature since 1660    
  • COM 1203   Oral Communication    
  • ART 2503    Fine Arts Visual    
  • HIST 2773    U.S. History since 1876 OR
  • POSC 2103   Introduction to U.S. Government    
  • CHEM 1013, 1011    General Chemistry I and Laboratory    
  • MATH 2204    Calculus I    
  • MATH 2214    Calculus II    
  • MATH 3254    Calculus III    
  • PHYS 2034    University Physics I    
Electrical Engineering Courses (95h)
  • HEM 1023 & CHEM 1021    General Chemistry II and Laboratory    
  • CS 2114    Structured Programming    
  • ENGR 1402    Concepts of Engineering    
  • ENGR 1412    Software Applications for Engineers    
  • ENGR 2401    Applied Engineering Statistics    
  • ENGR 2403    Statics    
  • ENGR 2413 & ENGR 2411    Mechanics of Materials and Laboratory    
  • ENGR 2423 & ENGR 2421    Electric Circuits I & Lab    
  • ENGR 3423    Dynamics    
  • ENGR 3433    Engineering Economics    
  • ENGR 3443    Engineering Thermodynamics    
  • ENGR 4453    Numerical Methods for Engineers    
  • ENGR 4413    Engineering Problem Solving    
  • ENGR 4463    Senior Design I    
  • ENGR 4401    Senior Seminar    
  • ENGR 4482    Senior Design II    
  • EE 3313    Electric Circuits II    
  • EE 3333 & EE 3331    Digital Electronics and Laboratory    
  • EE 3343    Engineering Fields and Waves    
  • EE 3353    Continuous and Analog Systems    
  • EE 3363    Semiconductor Materials and Devices    
  • EE 3403 & EE 3401    Electronics I & Lab    
  • EE 3383    Principles and Practices of Electrical Engineering    
  • EE 3393    Probability and Random Signals    
  • EE 4333    Communications Theory    
  • EE 4373    Electronics II    
  • EE 4313    Control Systems    
  • EE 4353    Power Systems    
  • MATH 4403    Differential Equations    
  • Two Courses Of Engineering Electives    
  • One Science Elective    

Competencias para las que le prepara el curso

The Electrical Engineering Program's outcomes define the knowledge, skills, altitudes, and behaviors that program graduates are expected to have by the time of graduation from the Program. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Program will have:
A. A good understanding of mathematics, science, and engineering, and an ability to apply this knowledge in engineering practice;
B. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to acquire, analyze, and interpret data;
C. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams;
D. An ability to identify, formulate, and salve engineering problems;
E. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility;
F. An ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
G. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic and societal context;
H. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in, life-long learning;
I. A knowledge of contemporary issues

Prueba de acceso

No

Metodología

Presence-based modality

Idiomas en los que se imparte

English

Objetivos

The Electrical Engineering Program has a mechanism in place lo periodically assess its effectiveness in meeting its educational objectives and outcomes (see below). This assessment process results in periodic modification to specific courses and the overall degree plan so as to better promote the achievement of the objectives and outcomes, themselves periodically formulated and revised, with the assistance of the Engineering and Technology Advisory Board, in relation to the evolving mission and resource base of the Program. This occurs within the context of the evolving needs of the region and nation, and the current state-of-the profession. The specific educational objectives of the BSEE degree program are:




  1. Graduates have successfully advanced in electrical/computer engineering or related relevant practice as evidenced by contributions to their employers and the greater professional community.




  1. Graduates have pursued graduate degrees or completed professional development activities in continuing to advance their knowledge base in electrical engineering or related professional fields.




  1. Graduates have made a broader contribution by providing an engineering or otherwise technical or objective perspective to the challenges and opportunities of society.



Titulación obtenida

Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering.

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84.978 $
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