Electrical Engineering Major
Electrical engineers contribute to the design of your iPod, your computer, and the generator that energizes your house. They are constantly preparing for the future, working on the next generation of gaming devices and high-speed computer processors. Electrical engineers respond to the earth’s environmental crisis by building more fuel-efficient cars. Ever have an MRI? Electrical engineers help design and build these potentially life-saving devices. And if that’s not enough, they also contribute to our safety by informing intelligence agencies (like the FBI and CIA) of the latest technology breakthroughs.
Academic Year 2012-13
Enrollment: 246, Degrees Awarded: 41, Avg. Starting Salary: $60,000
Electrical Engineering Department
Learn about the electrical engineering faculty, research, news and more.
Learn about electrical engineering credit information, prerequisites, requirements and electives.
The undergraduate bulletin provides course descriptions for electrical engineering courses.
Related Student Organizations
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
Electrical Engineering Technical Elective Areas
A guideline offering several possible technical elective course groupings, designed to strengthen the student in a chosen area of specialization.
Electrical Engineering Major is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,
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