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Bachelor   of   Science   in   Electrical   Engineering


Excelling in Power and Controls

Dr. Trudnowski Teaching Power onAt montana Tech our faculty excel in teaching advanced topics in grid stability, grid modeling, power protecti, and instrumentaion and controls.  Nearly all of the classes taught within the department have labs associated.  This is to give students a hands-on education into these topics.  Not only do the students learn and apply the principles and theory learned in their educational career, their skills are put into practice as industry partners hire our students based on their exceptional skills.







Our curriculum is a guide to earning a BS in Electrical Engineering.  There are two ways to see our curriculum.  The first is the flowchart shown below (click for pdf)  The arrows here indicate pre-requisites and co-requisites.  Following the arrows you can find our "critical path" that is the succession of a class each semester.  

2016-17 EE Flow Chart

The second way to view our curriculum is through our advising worksheet shown below (click for pdf).  This provides a checklist for each semester you are in the program.  We advise our students from this document.  Transfer students may find these documents especially useful.

2016-17 EE Advising