BSEEOL Student Support and Additional Information
BSEEOL Student Support
For general information on the online students’ support at Stony Brook, please see the following page http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/onlineed/student.html.
BSEEOL students have additional support of their concierge service and weekly online availability of their faculty (see our Course Schedule page).
BSEE Online Program Proctoring Policy for all EEO Courses
The BSEEOL proctoring policy is described in BSEE Online Program Proctoring Policy
In addition to the proctoring options listed in the policy new online proctoring services (such as Examity) are also acceptable.
For problem resolution, please contact the Associate Program Director and Program Director, Contact info: http://www.stonybrook.edu/eeonline/contact.shtml.
In the event that the problem cannot be resolved, other problem resolutions methods can be found at: Online Education Student Support: http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/onlineed/student.html.
If you are looking to complete a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering online and have successfully completed the prerequisite courses, this program will enable you to meet your educational goals.
A successful BSEE Online student should possess some specific qualities:
- Strong self-discipline
- A high level of professional, personal, or educational motivation;
- Good time management skills;
- Ability to work and study independently without face to face interaction with faculty and classmates to complete the work.
- Experience using computers and the Internet;
- Access to a computer and the Internet to work many hours a week online;
- Have already completed all the prerequisites.
- Understand that an online course requires as many hours as an on-campus course – or more.
Since BSEEOL is an upper division program, a minimum of at least 57 college credits passed with a letter grade of C or higher at regionally accredited institutions are required before entering the program. To enroll in BSEEOL as a non-matriculating student, it is sufficient to have taken Calculus I and II and Physics I (Calculus based, with labs) from the list of prerequisites in our Admission Requirements page. A non-matriculating student can start taking BSEEOL courses while fulfilling the rest of prerequisite requirements. To enroll as a matriculating student, one should have taken all math and physics courses in the list.BSEEOL now offers three technical prerequisite courses (the last three courses in the Admission Requirements course list).
Review our transfer credit policies for information about how your college level courses will be evaluated for transfer credit.
Only courses from regionally accredited colleges can be considered for transfer. Technical courses are evaluated by the faculty of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stony Brook. Math and Physics courses are evaluated by the faculty of respective departments at Stony Brook. General Education courses are evaluated by the Stony Brook Transfer Office.
A detailed description of Stony Brook policy is provided in the Taking Time Off section of the Undergraduate Bulletin . All BSEEOL students (BSEEOL belongs to the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences) who take a leave of absence will not be eligible to enroll for any future semesters. Rematriculation is required. Please see more on CEAS rematriculation process here .
Non-matriculating students who take a semester-long absence may return to the University without completing rematriculation paperwork. These students need to be term activated by the Admission Office. Absences beyond one semester will require the student to complete a new application.
Students pursuing a Second Bachelors degree who matriculated Spring 2015 or later must have completed, with a C or higher, courses judged equivalent to Stony Brook’s general education requirements in English composition. They are not required to satisfy other SBC learning objectives. Visit the Second Bachelor's Degree Program website for more information.
We do accept international students. However, before applying, the applicant must have completed an English composition course equivalent to Stony Brook WRT 102. The English composition course is included in our curriculum, see our Curriculum page. Further, the course should be taken in an English language college. Applicants from English speaking countries such as Canada and Australia are required to follow the same policy.
Note that tuition for foreign student is that of an out-of-state student, see our Tuition and Fees page.