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EE Curriculum

Electrical Engineering Curriculum

In addition to the core curriculum, which all EE students take, cadets take two elective courses of their choosing.

Fourth Class Year (Freshman)

Fall Semester

  • College Composition
  • American Government
  • Calculus I
  • Principles of Fitness and Wellness I
  • Swimming
  • Chemistry I
  • Fundamentals of Navigation

Spring Semester

  • History of the USCG
  • Introduction to Computing
  • Engineering Mechanics - Statics
  • Cultural Perspectives
  • Calculus II
  • Personal Defense I
  • Principles of Fitness and Wellness II
  • Physics I

Third Class Year (Sophomore)

Fall Semester

  • Analytical Methods in Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering I
  • Transition to Object Oriented Programming
  • Professional Rescuer
  • Physics II
  • Applications in Navigation Lab
  • Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Spring Semester

  • Signals, Systems and Transforms
  • Digital Circuits and Computer Systems
  • Computer Communications and Networks
  • Multivariable Calculus
  • Lifetime Sports I: Racquetball
  • Lifetime Sports II: Golf
  • Ships and Maritime Systems

Second Class Year (Junior)

Fall Semester

  • Linear Circuits
  • Ethics
  • Probability Theory
  • Essentials of Economics
  • Major Area Elective
  • *Free Elective

Spring Semester

  • Digital Signal Process
  • Automatic Control Systems
  • Personal Defense II
  • Lifetime Sports III: Tennis
  • Maritime Watch Officer
  • Engineering Elective
  • *Math/Science Elective

First Class Year (Senior)

Fall Semester

  • Communication Systems
  • Capstone Project/Electrical Engineering I
  • Law
  • Physical Education
  • *Major Area Elective
  • Physical Education
  • *Free Elective

Spring Semester

  • Capstone Project: Electrical Engineering II
  • Engineering Ethics
  • Global Studies
  • Atmospheric and Marine Sciences
  • Selected Topics for the 100 Ton Master
  • Selected Topics for the 100 Ton Master Lab
  • Physical Education
  • *Engineering Elective