Buffalo, NY 14260-2500
Dr. Jonathan Bird
Dr. Kevin M. Burke
Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies
Dr. Nicholas Mastronarde
Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies
Students seeking an undergraduate degree from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences must have a minimum GPA of 2.000 in technical classes (engineering, math, and science classes). To maintain academic standards and determine eligibility for continued enrollment, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences reviews the academic records of all students in an approved undergraduate SEAS major. This academic review is conducted at the end of each fall and spring semester.
Advisement tools available for our students:
Transfer students must first apply to the university and meet the university transfer admission requirements. SUNY Seamless Transfer is a SUNY-wide program intended to make transferring to UB and other SUNY Schools simple and efficient. Information about the Transfer Path for this major can be found on the SUNY website. Students are encouraged to contact their academic advisor or department to discuss how their coursework will apply to their degree.
Transfer students who have completed an engineering science program at a community college or the first three years of a 3+2 program at a four-year college can typically expect to enter the third year of an engineering program at the University at Buffalo. Graduates of technology programs receive limited transfer credit and can expect three to four years of study at the university to complete the requirements.
Students seeking an undergraduate engineering degree from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences must complete 30 undergraduate credit hours of junior/senior level courses required in their major at the University at Buffalo.
Please see the School of Engineering and Applied Science admissions policies listed above.
CHE 107 General Chemistry for Engineers and CHE 127
EAS 199 UB Seminar
EAS 202 Engineering Impact on Society
MTH 309 Introductory Linear Algebra or EAS 230 Engineering Computations
EAS 240 Programming for Engineers
EAS 360 STEM Communications
EE 178 Digital Principles
EE 202 Circuit Analysis
EE 205 Signals and Systems
EE 305 Applied Probability
EE 310 Electronic Devices and Circuits I
EE 311 Electronic Devices and Circuits II
EE 324 Applied Electromagnetics
EE 336 Fundamentals of Energy Systems
EE 352 Introduction to Electronics Lab
EE 353 Electronic Circuits Lab
EE 379 Embedded Systems and Applications
EE 383 Communication Systems I
EE 408 Senior Seminar
EE 478 HDL Based Digital Design with Programmable Logic
EE 494 Senior Capstone Design Project
MTH 141 College Calculus I
MTH 142 College Calculus II
MTH 241 College Calculus III
MTH 306 Introduction to Differential Equations
PHY 107 General Physics I
PHY 108 General Physics II/PHY 158 General Physics II Lab
PHY 207 General Physics III/PHY 257 General Physics III Lab
Two EE upper-division technical electives
Three unrestricted upper-division technical electives, see Academic Advising Report (AAR) for a complete list of course options.
During their Junior and Senior year, students may choose to enroll in technical electives of interest. Technical electives allow undergraduates flexibility to concentrate in the broad areas of energy systems, optics and photonics, communications, signal processing and networking, and solid state electronics or to concentrate on a specific theme that may combine courses from several areas.
There are two types of electives: unrestricted technical electives and technical electives restricted to be taken from EE.
Details on EE technical electives can be found in the UB course catalog.
|Credits Required for Major||109|
|Additional Credits Required for UB Curriculum||17|
|Additional Credits Required for Electives||0|
|Total Credits Required for Degree||126|
Students should consult with an academic advisor to determine how any transfer or exam credit might be utilized in meeting general education, prerequisite, or major requirements.
See Baccalaureate Degree Requirements for general education and remaining university requirements.
Total Credit Hours Required represents the minimum credits needed to complete this program, and may vary based on a number of circumstances. This chart should not be used for financial aid purposes.