Electrical engineering is a broad field that cuts across many other disciplines utilizing electrical energy; electrical/electronic systems; computers; electromagnetic devices; communications; and electrical control. Electrical engineering is a marketable, lucrative, geographically widespread, and fulfilling career.

Builds Upon a Strong Foundation

An electrical engineering education builds upon a strong foundation in mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals, as well as, increasingly, strong laboratory/field, instrumentation, computer, problem-solving, design, human relations, teamwork/leadership, economics, and communication knowledge and skills. Historically “non-technical” issues, such as global trade, ethics, litigation, aesthetics, and the environment, are also becoming increasingly important in an electrical engineering career. The Electrical Engineering Program has designed a curriculum to provide its students competence in and sensitivity to these areas.

Course Requirements

Required General Education

Call Number Course Hours
ENG 1003 Composition I 3
ENG 1013 Composition II 3
ENG 2013 World Literature since 1660 3
COM 1203 Oral Communication 3
ART 2503 Fine Arts Visual 3
HIST 2773
POSC 2103
U.S. History since 1876 OR
Introduction to U.S. Government
CHEM 1023, 1011 General Chemistry I and Laboratory 4
MATH 2214 Calculus I 3
MATH 2214 Calculus II 3
MATH 2214 Calculus III 3
PHYS 2034 University Physics I 3

Electrical Engineering Courses

Call Number Course Hours
CHEM 2023 General Chemistry II 3
CS 2114 Structured Programming 4
ENGR 1402 Concepts Of Engineering 2
ENGR 1412 Software Applications For Engineers 2
ENGR 2423 & ENGR 2421 Electric Circuits I & Lab 4
ENGR 2421 Applied Engineering Statistics 1
ENGR 2401 Statics 1
ENGR 2413 & ENGR 2411 Mechanics of Materials and Laboratory 4
ENGR 2403 Engineering Thermodynamics 3
ENGR 3423 Dynamics 3
ENGR 3443 Numerical Methods For Engineers 3
ENGR 4413 Engineering Problem Solving 3
ENGR 4453 Engineering Economics 3
ENGR 3433 Senior Design I 3
ENGR 4401 Senior Seminar 1
ENGR 4482 Senior Design II 2
EE 3313 Electric Circuits II 3
EE 3333 Digital Electronics I 3
EE 3343 Engineering Fields and Waves 3
EE 3353 Continuous and Analog Systems 3
EE 3363 Semiconductor Materials and Devices 3
EE 4373 & EE 3401 Electronics I & Lab 4
EE 3383 Principles and Practices Of Electrical Engineering 3
EE 4333 Communications Theory 3
EE 4373 Electronics II 3
EE 4313 Control Systems 3
EE 4353 Power Systems 3
MATH 4403 Differential Equations 3
Two Courses Of Engineering Electives 6
One Science Elective 3

Admission Requirements

Academic Criteria

2.75/4.0 minimum required Grade Point Average (G.P.A.)


8/10 minimum required Mexico Promedio

Students with a GPA of 2.3 to 2.74 will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

High School Transcript

Applicants must provide an official copy of their high school transcript. The transcript should have the original stamp from the issuing authority.

SAT Score

A minimum SAT score is not required to be admitted, but the SAT will be used for academic placement. If you have not taken the SAT, you will need to take a placement exam the first semester of your freshmen year.

English Proficiency

Incoming undergraduate students must meet one of the following criteria:

Requirement Minimum Proficiency Type
80% or above Completion of A-State’s ESL Program
Completion Certificate CEA Accredited Language Program
500 TOEFL-Paper Based*
61 TOEFL-Internet Based*
5.5 IELTS*
43 PTE (Pearson Test of English Academic)
4 iTEP Academic*
B2 Level Cambridge FCE
550 SAT scores (total, and on reading and writing sections)
21 ACT scores (total, and on reading and English sections)
60% in English at X and XII in Certificate High School Marks (India and Pakistan)
5, 6 or 7 on English: Literature or Language & Literature IB (International Baccalaureate)
Completed two years in an English-speaking country and graduated High School Graduate from USA, UK, Canada (except Quebec), Australia and New Zealand

*Test scores must come from the testing provider, such as TOEFL, iTEP, IELTS. A-State CQ’s code is 6011.

Non-Mexico Residents

The admission requirements for Non-Mexico residents will be released soon.

Cost & Fees

The fee for room and meals for campus residents is $10,990 MXN + IVA (taxes) per month.

Program taught in:
  • English

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Last updated April 15, 2019
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