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Welcome to the challenge of declaring an electrical engineering major! Our mission is to ensure your success from day-one, to graduation and beyond. What follows is the basic pathway for that journey and resources to assist you every step of the way.

Degree Requirements

Much like the engineering career you aspire to, success is a step-by-step process. One achievement leads to another. Here are UW-Green Bay’s basic requirements for a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering.

Learning Outcomes

You’ll come to us with many of the traits of a successful engineer natural curiosity, an analytical nature and keen attention to detail. We start from there and add these skills:

  • The ability to apply scientific and mathematical principles to the design, manufacture, and control of structures, machines, processes, and systems.
  • To design and assist in the development of machines and systems including electric power, modern electronics, computers, electronic communication systems, modern flight controllers, automated manufacturing and medical diagnostic tools.
  • To solve problems of great social significance and for increasing people’s quality of life, including electronics, computers, circuits, electromagnetic fields, power systems, controls, communications, and signal processing.
  • To clearly and effectively communicate to an array of audiences all aspects of electrical engineering.
Curriculum Guide

See what's on the horizon with a semester by semester break down of the Electrical Engineering Curriculum Guide.

Four-Year Plan

Graduating in four years is possible. See how we can layout classes to get you in a job faster with the Stick to plan and you're out in four!

Browse our Catalog

Attention Electrical Engineers! You'll need to choose 25 additional credits to graudate. Find them at the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Gaoci Lo-Yang

We're Here to help

Meet Gaoci Lo-Yang. She is the professional advisor who specializes in Electrical Engineering. After you declare your major, she will be your contact person to help guide you through your course requirements.

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