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B.S.E.E. Degree in Electrical Engineering


Oklahoma Christian's Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Program Educational Objectives:

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering considers its primary constituents to be threefold: industry, students who value an engineering education at a Christian university, and parents of these students. Working with these constituents, we have set the following Program Educational Objectives:

OC University graduates with an Electrical or Computer Engineering degree will use the talents God has given them to make a difference through:

  1. Enjoying a successful career characterized by contributing effectively and adding value to the engineering process, functioning well in the workplace as an integral member of a team, keeping technically current and adaptive to changes in the workplace
  2. Internalizing a personal faith in God that is exhibited by consistent ethical behavior based on Christian principles, an exemplary work ethic consistent with their Christian worldview, and a stable life that balances career, family, church and community.

Student must complete a minimum of 126 hours including the major, core, and minor if required. Elective hours may be needed to reach 126 hours. 

94 hours

See Degree Plan

1. 24 hours mathematics 

  • MATH-2114 - Calculus I With Analytical Geometry
  • MATH-2214 - Calculus II With Analytical Geometry
  • MATH-2314 - Calculus III
  • MATH-3013 - Differential Equations
  • ENGR-1113 - Engineering Mathematics
  • ENGR-2113 - Ece Mathematics I
  • ENGR-2123 - Ece Mathematics II

2. 8 hours science 

  • PHYS-2514 - Physics I
  • PHYS-2614 - Physics II

3. 20 hours engineering and computer science 

  • CMSC-1113 - Programming I
  • ENGR-1111 - Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR-1122 - Engineering Computing
  • ENGR-1242 - Engineering Fundamentals
  • ENGR-2544 - Introduction to Digital Systems
  • ENGR-2614 - Electrical Circuit Analysis
  • ENGR-3213 - Engineering Economics
  • ENGR-4701 - Senior Engineering Seminar

4. 3 hours elective engineering and computer science 

  • CMSC-1123 - Programming II
  • ENGR-2433 - Thermodynamics I

5. 33 hours electrical and computer engineering 

  • CENG-3203 - Introduction to Microprocessors
  • CENG-3213 - Computer Systems
  • ELEC-3303 - Introduction to Electronics
  • ELEC-3123 - Communication Systems
  • ELEC-3313 - Electronics
  • ELEC-3504 - Signals and Systems
  • ELEC-3523 - Digital Signal Processing
  • ELEC-3613 - Electromagnetic Fields
  • ELEC-4732 - Systems Design I
  • ELEC-4743 - Systems Design II
  • ELEC-4753 - Systems Design III

6. 6 hours minimum electives 

  • CENG-3113 - Data Communications and Networking
  • CENG-3223 - Embedded Systems Design
  • CENG-4233 - Advanced Computer Architecture
  • CENG-4303 - Hdl Design of Microprocessors
  • ELEC-4323 - Electronic Devices
  • ELEC-4423 - Control Systems
  • ELEC-4523 - Real-time Signal Processing
  • ELEC-4613 - Radio Frequency Engineering
  • ELEC-4813 - SS: Special Studies Elec Engr
  • MECH-4133 - Dynamic Systems and Controls

With at least one of these being an electrical engineering depth course 

  • ELEC-4323 - Electronic Devices
  • ELEC-4523 - Real-time Signal Processing
  • ELEC-4613 - Radio Frequency Engineering

Related Careers

  • Aerospace
  • Computer/Software Development
  • Digital Television
  • Manufacturing
  • Oil and Gas
  • New Technologies for Airplanes, Cars, Space Vehicles, Phones, Security Systems and Telescopes

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