Undergraduate resources

Get set up for success

Check out the resources below for essential forms and information as an undergraduate student in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Undergraduate resources

Academic advising

This page contains information about what the academic advising staff offers and how to contact them.


This page contains needed forms for undergraduate students.

Undergraduate course syllabi

This page contains examples of syllabi for undergraduate courses in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Undergraduate curricular practical training and internship information

This page contains needed information for students interested in internships and undergraduate curricular practical training.

Student Ambassador Program

Get involved in the electrical engineering program and help your fellow students as a student ambassador.

EEE 202 — Circuits I bill of materials

Ensure you have all needed materials listed here to for success in the hands-on portion of EEE 202.

Note: Only online students need to purchase these materials. In-person and hybrid students will be provided access to the materials for free during the semester.

Curriculum flowcharts and career information

Curriculum flowcharts

Undergraduate electrical engineering
four-year flowcharts

To view older flowcharts, please contact your advisor.

Pathway information and seminars

Spring 2023 pathways exploration seminars on Zoom

Learn about your career and academic pathway options and interact with School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering faculty and staff. View the flyer for this semester’s schedule.

All pathway seminars are on Zoom from 10–11 a.m. Arizona time. Join each session at this link.

Electromagnetics and circuits Wednesday, January 25
Power and physical electronics and photonics Wednesday, February 1
Signal processing and controls Wednesday, February 8
What is senior design? Wednesday, February 22
Grad school programs, Accelerated Master’s degree programs and careers Wednesday, March 1

Fall 2022 seminar recordings

Physical electronics and photonics

Physical electronics and photonics (formerly solid-state electronics) deals with circuits and devices built from and contained within solid materials. Some examples are microchips, LED and LCD devices. The field covers topics that include semiconductor devices and materials, characterization, photonic/photovoltaic devices, semiconductor processing/intelligent control, nanoelectronics, computational electronics and molecular electronics and transport.

  • Learn about area faculty
  • Hear about area courses and research
  • Get information on careers

Fall 2021 seminar recordings


Electromagnetics is the study of the effect of charges at rest and in motion. This field analyzes, models and designs antenna systems, radio frequency/microwave circuits, fiber optics and electronics packaging.

Power systems

Our electric power and energy systems program is one of the largest in the country and has a variety of research expertise, simulation tools and experimental capabilities available. The program has three subdivisions in power generation, transmission and distribution and electricity utilization.

Spring 2021 seminar recordings

Signal processing and communications

Signal processing involves sound, images and sensor data, while the field of communications provides society with storage devices, such as hard drives, and connectivity, such as the internet and mobile phones.

Graduate school and programs

  • School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering grad school: master’s & doctoral degree program options, research & courses
  • Computer engineering, a joint program between the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence
  • Career paths for electrical engineering majors
  • Accelerated Master’s degree program
  • The robotics and autonomous systems master’s degree program
  • Q & A session following the presentation