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UCCS Academic Catalog 2012-2013

    University of Colorado Colorado Springs
   
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Electrical Engineering, BI™


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Objectives

The Bachelor of Innovation™ in Electrical Engineering will provide students with both the technical and business background to work on innovative electrical engineering-related projects, including the ability to:

  • recognize the broader issues in electrical engineering technology-related problems
  • understand the technological, business, legal and societal constraints affecting this technology
  • communicate the key issues, needs, potential options, and final solution to a challenge

The program seeks to prepare students for successful careers and lifelong learning. In addition to the technical competence to be expected of a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, students will develop the critical thinking skills, multi-faceted team oriented skills and basic business background to ensure that they can effectively compete in the changing technological career landscape for positions that are unlikely to be out-sourced.

Please visit Bachelor of Innovation™ (BI) Degree  for more information about this program.

Degree Requirements


The Bachelor of Innovation degree in Electrical Engineering requires the following:

  • completion of at least 128 credit hours
  • participation in the Exit Interview
  • a minimum of 2.0 grade point average in all ECE courses and all courses taken at the University of Colorado
  • a minimum of 2.0 in  ,   and  

Course Requirements


The courses for the degree are outlined as follows:

  • Innovation Core (27 credit hours, 15 of which are HSS)
  • Business Core (15 credit hours, 6 of which are HSS)
    or
  • Globalization Core (15 credit hours, all of which are HSS)

Electives (9 Credit Hours)


Technical Electives: Select from Electrical and Computer Engineering (3000 level or above) and Computer Science (3000 level or above).

 

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