Frequently Asked Questions

 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Offered by 
Clemson UniversityBachelor of Science Electrical Engineering Technology (BSEET)
Offered by 
Excelsior College
I want to pursue a degree that:

Emphasizes…

Develops…

Leads to careers as…
 
Concepts and theory (Designing and Building)

Knowledge of advanced math and science (calculus, computer programming, and physics).

Licensed engineers and engineer managers.

Practice and applications (Implementing and Testing).

Knowledge of math and science (algebra, applied calculus, and trigonometry).

Applied engineers and engineer technologists.

Pre-requisites requiredThere are several:
• Advanced composition
• C/C++ programming
• Calculus I and II
• Chemistry I and II
• Physics I and II
*Calculus III and differential equations are highly recommended
For a complete list

None

 

For more details
ABET accreditedYes 
(Engineering Accreditation Commission)
Yes 
(Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission)
Cost Link to EPCE tuition page Link to EPCE tuition page 
Credit hour126124
Average IncomeIncome Income

Look into:

Want to obtain a professional engineer (PE) license with an engineering technology degree? Check out state-specific regulations.

  • Have you joined (or looked into joining) your local chapter of Professional Engineering Society? Find your local chapter.

Additional Resources:

Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)
National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians (ASCET)