Build practical, hands-on engineering knowledge and skills for in-demand technical careers in electrical engineering through a rigorous degree program that can be completed in less than 3 years.

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Front-loaded Options: Option to start by completing the Industrial Automation Technology or General Electrician Diploma, then gain field experience while pursuing your degree to advance your career.

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Program Overview

The Electrical Engineering Bachelor’s Degree is a rigorous, heavily lab-oriented engineering program aiming to develop practical engineering knowledge and skillsets for graduates seeking broad opportunities for professional growth or advancement in electrical engineering or technologist related fields and industries. Through a hands-on integrated approach, students learn about electronic circuitry, engineering software applications, industrial and robotic systems, electrical power systems and distribution, electric machines, and more to understand how to identify and solve complex engineering problems found throughout a variety of industries. Students may choose to complete the core program curriculum or opt for a front-loaded path where they complete the Industrial Automation Technology or General Electrician Diploma so that they are job-ready early, allowing students to acquire working knowledge in their field of choice as they pursue a degree. The program supports a “work while you study” schedule that allows students to gain work experience while pursuing their education.

This program is a strong choice if:

  • You want to learn the practical knowledge required to solve complex engineering problems
  • You want to learn and develop the skill sets to apply the engineering design process to produce solutions that meet specific needs
  • You’re interested in electrical power and pursuing fields related to the generation, transmission and delivery of electricity
  • You’re interested in gaining the practical, hands-on skillsets required to pursue fields in automation
  • You want to build a portfolio of industry-related project experience, including a senior capstone project of your choosing, that can help you when seeking a job.

Courses are offered in 5-week modules scheduled continuously throughout the year, allowing a student to complete a bachelor’s degree in less than three years. Courses are scheduled during evening hours with start times ranging anywhere between 5pm and 9pm, with most courses starting around 6pm. Most modules have a Monday-Thursday schedule with a couple requiring a Friday schedule as well. For details and start dates, please contact the Admissions Office or request for information.

The B.S.E.E. program is offered in the following formats:

Some courses are offered on-campus (in-person) whereas others are offered online. Courses containing substantial hands-on labs are generally those offered on-campus utilizing SCIT’s instructional lab facilities.

All courses are taken fully online with trainers utilized for labs completed at home.

B.S.E.E. Curriculum

The B.S.E.E. program’s curriculum is designed to support a hands-on based learning experience that develops practical engineering skills and reinforces theory. To support our curriculum, SCIT heavily invests in expansive instructional laboratories and trainers equipped with wide-ranging, real-world industrial devices spanning various engineering disciplines. Below you will find a list of all courses required for the program*


Indicates Lab Course


C201AIntroduction to Computer Programming A
C201ALIntroduction to Computer Programming A Lab
C201BIntroduction to Computer Programming B
C201BLIntroduction to Computer Programming B Lab
C220Applied Numerical Computing
C220LApplied Numerical Computing Lab
C230Computer Aided Design
C230LComputer Aided Design Lab
EE103Introduction to Electronics
EE103LIntroduction to Electronics Lab
EE142Semiconductor Device Electronics
EE142LSemiconductor Device Electronics Lab
EE160Digital Electronics
EE160LDigital Electronics Lab
EE210Circuit Analysis I
EE210LCircuit Analysis I Lab
EE220Signals and Systems
EE220LSignals and Systems Lab
EE242Power Electronics
EE242LPower Electronics Laboratory
EE311Circuit Analysis II
EE311LCircuit Analysis II Lab
EE3621Advanced Digital Electronics
EE362LAdvanced Digital Electronics Lab
EE490ALSenior Design Project A
EE490BLSenior Design Project B
ELE100Introduction to Electrical Engineering
ELE100LIntroduction to Electrical Engineering Lab
ELE210Introduction to Electric Machines
ELE210LIntroduction to Electric Machines Lab
ELE230Industrial Controllers
ELE230LIndustrial Controllers Lab
ELE330Design of Control Systems
ELE330LDesign of Control Systems Lab
ELE350Embedded Systems
ELE350LEmbedded Systems Lab
ELE352Robotics Engineering
ELE352LRobotics Engineering Lab
ELE420Electromagnetic Fields
ELE470Power System Analysis
ELE472Electric Power Distribution Systems
ELE474Power System Protection
ELE480LabVIEW Visual Programming for Automated Systems
ELE480LLabVIEW Visual Programming for Automated Systems Lab
MAN200Introduction to Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
MAN280LIntroduction to 3D Modeling Lab

Math & Science

MT121College Algebra I
MT122College Algebra II
MT230ACalculus 1 A
MT230BCalculus 1 B
MT235ACalculus 2 A
MT235BCalculus 2 B
MT310Linear Algebra
MT315Discrete Mathematics
MT330Calculus 3
MT460Probability and Statistics
MT470Complex Variables
MT480Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
PH200Physics 1
PH200LPhysics 1 Lab
PH310Physics 2
PH310LPhysics 2 Lab


GE102Composition and Critical Thinking
GE102LCollege Writing
GE202Introduction to Technical Communication
GE202LTechnical Writing
GE222Introduction to Communication and Speech
GE250General Psychology
GE350Organizational Psychology
GE360Engineering Economy
GE362Ethics in Engineering

* Every effort has been taken to maintain an up to date list of courses on this site. Courses are subject to change. Official course lists can be found in the most recently published school catalog.

B.S.E.E. Learning Outcomes & Careers

The program enables graduates to establish careers in engineering or technologist related professions and allows for advancement in technician careers within industries related to electrical engineering. The program touches on a range of technical topics to provide opportunities for students to branch out and specialize within related fields.

Student learning outcomes include:

  1. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
  3. an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  4. an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. an ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
  6. an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. an ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Key Program

The B.S.E.E. program focuses on industrial automation control systems and electrical power distribution and systems while expanding on core electrical engineering concepts. Key topics include:

  • DESIGN & APPLICATIONS OF Electronic Systems

  • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OFRobotics and Automation

  • POWER SYSTEMS &Electric Power Distribution

  • SENIORCapstone Project

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