There is a strong demand for graduates with bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering. Our program will prepare you for a rewarding career in a variety of industries, such as aerospace, health care and manufacturing.
You'll learn how to develop and apply systems and devices that generate and operate on electrical energy. With 11 electrical engineering laboratories to explore, you'll have many opportunities to apply what you learn in the classroom.
Students, please note that your course requirements may be different than those listed in the current year's catalog. Be sure to refer to the archived catalogs for the year of your enrollment. Or check with your advisor.