Electrical Engineering (B.S.) - Resident

Electrical Engineering (B.S.) - Resident

Important: This degree plan is effective for those starting this degree program in fall 2023 through summer 2024. This degree plan will remain in effect for students who do not break enrollment or who do not change degree programs, concentrations, or cognates.

General Education/Foundational Skills Requirements

Communication & Information Literacy 1
ENGL 101Composition and Rhetoric3
INQR 101Inquiry1
Communications Elective3
Information Literacy Elective3
Information Literacy Elective3
Technological Solutions & Quantitative Reasoning 1
UNIV 101Foundational Skills1
Math ElectiveMATH 114 or higher4
Technology Competency 20-3
Critical Thinking 1
RLGN 105Introduction to Biblical Worldview 32
RSCH 201Research3
Critical Thinking Elective3
Civic & Global Engagement 1
EVAN 101Evangelism and the Christian Life 32
Cultural Studies Elective3
Social & Scientific Inquiry 1
Natural Science Elective4
Social Science Elective3
Christianity & Contexts 1
BIBL 105Old Testament Survey2
BIBL 110New Testament Survey2
THEO 201Theology Survey I 32
THEO 202Theology Survey II 32
Total Hours46-49

Refer to the list of approved general education electives before enrolling in foundational skill requirements


All students must pass the Computer Assessment OR complete applicable INFT course


Students transferring in 45 or more UG credit hours will have the requirements of RLGN 105 Introduction to Biblical Worldview (2 c.h.)EVAN 101 Evangelism and the Christian Life (2 c.h.) waived; Students transferring in 60 or more UG credit hours will also have the requirements of THEO 201 Theology Survey I (2 c.h.)THEO 202 Theology Survey II (2 c.h.) waived

Major Requirements

Major Foundational Courses
ENGR 270Technical Communication 13
MATH 131Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 1,24
MATH 132Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 1,24
PHYS 231University Physics I 1,24
Total Hours15

Course may fulfill select general education requirements.


Minimum grade of "C" required

Major Core
CSIS 111Introduction to Programming Using C++3
ENGC 361Computer Architecture3
ENGE 201Introduction to Logic Design3
ENGE 211Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits4
ENGE 212AC Circuit Analysis4
ENGE 311Signals and Systems3
ENGE 312Digital Signal Processing3
ENGE 321Electronics4
ENGE 331Electromagnetic Fields4
ENGE 341Communications Systems3
ENGE 411Control Systems3
ENGE 421Advanced Electronics3
ENGI 220Engineering Economy3
ENGR 102Introduction to Engineering1
ENGR 110Introduction to Engineering Fundamentals3
ENGR 481Engineering Design I3
ENGR 482Engineering Design II3
Engineering Elective 13
Total Hours56

Choose from: ENGC 465, ENGE 351, or ENGE 431

Technical Electives
Technical Elective 1,23
Technical Elective 1,23
Total Hours6

Select from the list of Approved Engineering Technical Elective Courses


ENGR 495 is strongly recommended

Quantitative Studies
ENGR 133Calculus with MATLAB1
ENGR 210Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineering3
MATH 221Applied Linear Algebra3
MATH 231Calculus and Analytical Geometry III4
MATH 250Introduction to Discrete Mathematics3
MATH 334Differential Equations3
PHYS 232University Physics II4
Total Hours21

All applicable prerequisites must be met

Graduation Requirements

  • 133 Total hours
  • 2.0 Overall grade point average
  • 33.25 Hours must be upper-level courses (300-400 level)
  • Grade of 'C' Minimum required for all upper-level courses in the major
  • 25% Of major, including technical electives and quantitative studies, taken through Liberty University
  • 33.25 Hours must be completed through Liberty University
  • Grad App Submission of Degree Completion Application must be completed within the last semester of a student's anticipated graduation date
  • CSER All requirements must be satisfied before a degree will be awarded
Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
First SemesterHours
ENGL 101 Composition and Rhetoric 3
MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 1 4
RLGN 105 Introduction to Biblical Worldview 2
UNIV 101 Foundational Skills 1
Technology Competency 2 0-3
ENGR 102 Introduction to Engineering 1
ENGR 110 Introduction to Engineering Fundamentals 3
ENGR 133 Calculus with MATLAB 1
Second Semester
BIBL 105 Old Testament Survey 2
INQR 101 Inquiry 1
Communications Elective ENGR 270 3 3
Mathematics Elective MATH 132 1,3 4
Natural Science Elective PHYS 231 1,3 4
ENGI 220 Engineering Economy 3
Sophomore Year
First Semester
RSCH 201 Research 3
CSIS 111 Introduction to Programming Using C++ 3
ENGE 211 Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits 4
MATH 231 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III 4
MATH 250 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics 3
Second Semester
ENGE 201 Introduction to Logic Design 3
ENGE 212 AC Circuit Analysis 4
MATH 221 Applied Linear Algebra 3
MATH 334 Differential Equations 3
PHYS 232 University Physics II 4
Junior Year
First Semester
BIBL 110 New Testament Survey 2
EVAN 101 Evangelism and the Christian Life 2
ENGE 311 Signals and Systems 3
ENGE 321 Electronics 4
ENGE 331 Electromagnetic Fields 4
ENGR 210 Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineering 3
Second Semester
THEO 201 Theology Survey I 2
Information Literacy Elective 3 3
ENGE 312 Digital Signal Processing 3
ENGE 341 Communications Systems 3
ENGE 421 Advanced Electronics 3
Technical Elective 4 3
Senior Year
First Semester
THEO 202 Theology Survey II 2
Critical Thinking Elective 3 3
ENGC 361 Computer Architecture 3
ENGC 465
Introduction to Computer Networks 5
or Power Systems
or Electromagnetic Compatibility
ENGE 411 Control Systems 3
ENGR 481 Engineering Design I 3
Second Semester
Cultural Studies Elective 3 3
Information Literacy Elective 3 3
Social Science Elective 3 3
ENGR 482 Engineering Design II 3
Technical Elective 4,6 3
 Total Hours133-136

Minimum grade of “C” is required


All students must pass the Computer Assessment OR complete applicable INFT course; refer to www.liberty.edu/computerassessment for more information


Refer to the list of approved general education electives here before enrolling in foundational skills requirements


Select from the list of Approved Engineering Technical Elective Courses


ENGE 351 and ENGE 431 are offered in the spring


ENGR 495 Directed Research is strongly recommended

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