Good news for undergraduate freshmen who have not yet decided a major.
The EE105 “Present and Future of Electronics” course, which opens every fall semester in the School of Electrical Engineering, has been renewed since fall 2017.
This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to find answers to their questions through project activities, as well as lectures on 6 topics that are not being addressed in regular lectures.
This lecture is a unique opportunity for the freshmen interested in electrical engineering, as well as other students.
- Target: Undergraduates who are interested in electrical and electronics engineering without a major (students from other departments, students in the school of electrical engineering cannot take the course)
- Open Semester: Every Fall Semester