The Department of Electrical Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a concentration in Electrical Engineering (BSE EE), and a minor in Electrical Engineering. The program is a fully-accredited Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Electrical Engineering degree program. During the first two years of study, students are introduced to principles of mathematics, chemistry and physics, as well as basic circuit theory, digital logic and electrical devices. The third year of study largely focuses on fundamental electrical engineering concepts, including courses in signal analysis, electromagnetism, instrumentation and telecommunication. During the fourth year, students take more advanced courses, including technical electives that are more focused on electrical engineering analysis and design. Upper division electives include courses in computer design, antenna theory, communication theory, power distribution, and control systems. Students also take courses on written and oral communication, humanities, social sciences, and fine arts to improve their communication skills and to put their profession into a broader societal context.