Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Programs
The Electrical Engineering curriculum provides undergraduate students with a broad understanding of the many areas within the field. The curriculum also provides a choice of technical electives designed to strengthen students in their chosen area of specialization.
Core Engineering Courses
- Engineering Orientation
- Professional Seminar
- Engineering Economic Analysis
- Computer Programming I
- Engineering Materials
- Analytical Methods in Engineering
- Electrical Circuits I
- Basic Engineering Thermodynamics
Electrical Engineering Courses
- Electrical Circuits II
- Signals and Systems
- Electronics I
- Electronics II
- Electromagnetic Fields
- Digital Logic
- Electromechanical Energy Conversion
- Introduction to Microprocessors
- Electronics Design Laboratory
Students can select technical electives courses based on their particular area(s) of interests and choose from courses that cover topics such as:
- Wireless Communication Systems
- Microwave Engineering
- Optical Communication
- Power Systems
- Computer Architecture
Math and Science
Students will take the following courses:
- Calculus I, II, and III
- Calculus-Based Physics I and II
- Chemistry for Engineering
General Education Requirements (GER)
All UWM students are responsible for completing General Education Requirements (GER) in arts, humanities, and social sciences, as well as competency requirements in English and a foreign language.
If you would like more information, please contact a student adviser in the Office of Student Services.
Office of Student Services
College of Engineering & Applied Science
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Evening appointments available by request.