Courses Currently Offered | Changes to the Curriculum | List of Advisors | Employment Opportunities | EE Student Awards
Courses Currently Offered
Click here for a detailed schedule of the current semester’s undergraduate level course offerings.
Changes to the Curriculum
Important information on changes to the EE Curriculum can be found here.
EE Curriculum Changes and Registration News - Fall 2010
EE Curriculum Changes and Registration News - 2006
List of Advisors
Click here for a complete list of EE advisors and the students to which they are assigned.
The EE Department offers employment opportunities to its undergraduate students. These include Undergraduate Research Assistantships, Undergraduate Graders/Tutors, web-maintenance, and other forms of part-time employment to qualified students. Such employment opportunities come with an hourly rate. At the end of their service period, based on performance, students may receive a certificate of appreciation for their services from the Department. Click at the relevant link to download the application form:
Undergraduate Research Assistant Application Form
Undergraduate Grader/Tutor Application Form
For other forms of student employment (web maintenance and other forms of part-time employment), please contact the EE Department.
EE Student Awards
The Electrical Engineering Outstanding Junior and Senior Student Awards are presented annually to students considered most outstanding based on certain criteria; besides academic standing, EE faculty rate the nominees according to their communication skills, maturity and sense of judgment, responsibility, attitude, professionalism, curiosity, initiative, and extracurricular activities.
In order to apply for the award, you must meet the following requirements:
- Must be enrolled in the Electrical Engineering Program at the PI
- For the Outstanding Junior Award, the student must have completed half of his/her third year, and/or a minimum of 85 credit hours
- For the Outstanding Junior Award, the student must have completed half of his/her fourth year, and/or a minimum of 105 credit hours
- Must have a Grade-Point Average of B or better
- Evidence of demonstrated active involvement and/or leadership in activities such as community, publications, internships, athletics or other group activities sponsored by the Electrical Engineering Program or the Petroleum Institute.
To apply for the Award, please fill the Award Application Form and submit it to the EE Office on or before the last Thursday of April.
Previous Winners of the EE Student Award