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Electrical Engineering


Take the first step to obtaining an electrical engineering degree

In order for an applicant to be admitted into the Electrical Engineering program, the applicant must meet all the requirements for admission to Mississippi College and an open slot must be available in the Electrical Engineering program. Additionally, the following requirements must be satisfied:

The applicant must have at least 4 units of high school mathematics which must include 2 units of algebra, 1 unit of geometry, and at least one-half unit coverage of trigonometry, pre-calculus, or calculus AND The applicant must have a Math ACT score of 25 or higher (or equivalent SAT score). Special exceptions can be made in some instances for applicants with a Math ACT score of 24 (or equivalent SAT score) based on the applicant's level of performance in their high school trigonometry, pre-calculus, or calculus courses.


The applicant must have a cumulative collegiate GPA of 2.00 or higher and must have passed MAT 113 Trigonometry or MAT 121 Calculus I (or their equivalent) with a grade of C or higher

Applicants with justifiable circumstances may petition the Department Chair for special admission.

Students with coursework deficiencies will be required to enroll in the necessary prerequisite courses. These courses will be in addition to those contained in the Electrical Engineering curriculum and may extend the time for graduation.

Should you have any questions about the Electrical Engineering admissions process, please contact Dr. Chris Maggio