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: G||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|
|Advanced Composition and Communication|
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/orMATH1030 Precalculus, as prerequisite(s). If needed this will count as a free elective(s).
G Students not meeting the requirements for experiential learning opportunities may take other course options with department or college chair and dean approval. Additional experiential opportunities may be available within your department. For more information, contact your faculty adviser.
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.
Visit Courses by Subject Code for a listing of all campus courses.
‡HUM courses are not offered in North Miami or Online.
^BIO courses are not offered in North Miami.
¶CAD courses are only offered in Providence.
±CHM courses are not offered in North Miami or Online.
°PHY courses are not offered in Charlotte.
°°ANTH courses are not offered in North Miami or Charlotte.
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 Advanced Composition and Communication. Students who have met the requirement of ENG1021 Advanced Composition and Communication 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 four 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. Financial aid is applicable and scholarships are available. Visit the study abroad website for information, program descriptions and online applications. Where will you go?