To enable students to gain a high level of expertise in specific subject areas, from embedded circuit systems to sensors and devices, BSEE students select one of several concentration areas, each of which culminates with a significant capstone design project. Although only one concentration area is required, students may complete more than one.
Students may also choose the Nanoscience and Molecular Engineering (NME) Option. Students who select this option are required to complete six credits of NME core courses and the Advanced Electronic and Photonic Devices or the Neural Engineering concentration.
Courses & Degree Requirements
To get an idea of what your courses might look like as you work to complete your BSEE degree, please review the following resources:
- Full list of UW ECE classes — UW Course Catalog
- Degree requirements — Requirements for the BSEE degree (bachelor of science in electrical engineering)
- Electrical & computer engineering concentrations — Major Concentration areas
Not an ECE major?
Non-ECE students may be able to enroll in UW EE courses on a space available basis. See the Non-Degree section for more information.
UW ECE programs have received accreditation from ABET, which establishes quality standards for university engineering programs.