To read some general facts about advising at Boise State and understand how an advisor can help you, please refer to the general advising section. The Boise State catalogs containing policies and degree requirements are found here.
If you are transferring from another university read the transfer credit equivalency policy and procedures. The registrar evaluates transfer credits when you apply for admission. Tables showing course equivalencies for transfers within the state of Idaho are found in ECE Course Transfer Equivalencies.
- Incoming Freshman Online Advising
- What should I take and when should I take it?
- Undergraduate BSEE Program
- Graduate Master’s Programs
- PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Non-degree Seeking Student Information
- Minor in EE
For BSEE students, after you have had your math skills evaluated, reviewed the online advising material, and understand the suggested course plan (what to take and when), you may contact one of the advisors below with questions not answered already in the online material.
|Area of interest||Faculty|
|General EE and Transfers||Dr. Ahmed-Zaid,
Dr. Barney Smith
|Communications and Signal Processing||Dr. Chiasson,
Dr. Barney Smith,
|Control Systems||Dr. Ahmed-Zaid,
|Computer Engineering||Dr. Loo,
|Electromagnetics and Microwave Design||Dr. Browning,
|Integrated Circuit Design||Dr. Baker|
|Power and Energy Systems||Dr. Ahmed-Zaid,
|Semiconductor Devices, Processing, and Microfabrication||Dr. Campbell,
|EE Masters Graduate Coordinator||Dr. Kuang|
|CompE Masters Graduate Coordinator||Dr. Loo|
|ECE Doctoral Coordinator||Dr. Chiasson|