Electronics Engineering - B.S.
The Electronics Engineering bachelor’s degree program provides a broad-based foundation in current and projected growth areas of electronic engineering. The program focuses on the technology dynamics of the industry in embedded systems design and applications.
An immersive, lab-based approach integrates mathematical and engineering applications with contemporary developments in the field.
Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to:
- Apply knowledge of mathematics, engineering sciences and contemporary developments in the field to perform analysis and design to desired engineering specifications.
- Use engineering processes to identify and analyze problems, formulate solutions, design simulations and experiments, and interpret results.
- Communicate complex concepts through design principles to create adaptable and efficient solutions that reflect ethical considerations and global awareness in the resolution of engineering problems.
- Employ industry-standard techniques, skills, and tools to analyze and interpret data to formulate engineering solutions.
- Integrate knowledge, tools, and problem - solving skills to implement the design, creation, and testing of solutions to engineering problems.
Through experiential education options, students have the opportunity to gain work experience at a variety of industry partnership sites.
A four-year program leading to the bachelor of science degree
|ENGN1015||Introduction to Engineering||3|
|ENGN2001||Digital Logic Design||4|
|ENGN2009||C Programming for Engineering||4|
|ENGN2020||Transform Methods for Engineering||3|
|ENGN2085||Introduction to Embedded Systems||3|
|ENGN2101||Linear Circuit Theory||3|
|ENGN2102||Linear Circuit Theory Lab||1|
|ENGN3005||Operational Amplifiers and Linear Circuits||3|
|ENGN3045||Electricity & Magnetism||3|
|ENGN3150||Solid State Devices||3|
|ENGN3151||Solid State Devices Lab||1|
|ENGN4030||Digital Signal Processing||3|
|ENGN4060||Embedded Systems Design I||3|
|ENGN4065||Embedded Systems Design II||3|
|IDES3100||Parametric Engineering Design||3|
|Choose 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Directed Experiential Education D|
|College of Engineering & Design Internship Ic|
|Technical Solutions Design Project|
|Related Professional Studies|
|MATH2043||Ordinary Differential Equations||3|
and Physics I Laboratory
|A&S Core Experience|
|Communications Foundation Courses||9|
|Rhetoric & Composition I|
|Rhetoric & Composition II|
Two ILS courses, one at the 2000 level, and one at the 4000 level
|Arts and Humanities||6|
|Ethics: A Global Perspective|
One course from ART, HIST, HUM, LIT, or REL
|Calculus I (or higher, based on student's placement) *|
|Foundations in Chemistry|
and Foundations in Chemistry Laboratory
Two courses from different disciplines: ANTH, ECON, LEAD, PSCI, PSYC or SOC
and Physics II Laboratory
|Free Electives #|
|15 credits selected from 1000-4999 numbered offerings within the university||15|
Students that do not place in MATH1040 Calculus I, will need to take an extra course(s), MATH1020 Fundamentals of Algebra, and/or MATH1030 Precalculus, as prerequisite(s). If needed one, or both, will count as a free elective(s).
D Directed Experiential Education (DEE) opportunities are based on project availability with community partners and student eligibility. For more information, visit Experiential Education & Career Services (EE&CS).
IcTypically, internships require a minimum of six credits. Students interested in a 9 or 12-credit internship can apply additional experiential learning and free elective credits, if available. Students are strongly encouraged to contact a faculty adviser before scheduling internship and free elective credits.
# In addition to classes, free elective credits may be applied to a number of options such as internship, study abroad, Directed Experiential Education courses and courses in a specialization or minor as relevant. For Accelerated Master's program students, up to three graduate-level courses may apply. Students are strongly encouraged to contact a faculty adviser before scheduling free elective credits.
NOTE: Students must pass MATH0010 Basic Mathematics or have equivalent placement scores to enroll in required math course(s).
Students who graduate with a bachelor's degree must leave Johnson & Wales University with effective writing skills to fulfill the graduation writing requirement. These writing skills are assessed in ENG1021 Rhetoric & Composition II. Students who have met the requirement of ENG1021 Rhetoric & Composition II or ENG1027 Honors Advanced Composition and Communications: Civic Discourse outside of Johnson & Wales University must fulfill the graduation writing requirement through successful completion of ENG0001 Writing Workshop.
In collaboration with academic colleges across all JWU campuses, JWU Global Study Abroad programs offer a variety of international options for major, minor, arts and sciences, and elective credit at many affordable price points for students during the academic year, break periods, and summer. Faculty-led, exchange, affiliate, and direct-enroll programs range in duration from one week to a full semester or full year. Financial aid may be applied and scholarships are available. Visit the study abroad website for information, program descriptions and online applications. Where will you go?