- College of Engineering and Engineering Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering Programs
B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
In the Electrical and Computer Engineering program you will learn how to design, develop and apply systems and devices that generate and operate on electrical energy. Your learning won’t just happen in the classroom, though. We have 11 electrical engineering laboratories so you can truly immerse yourself and gain invaluable hands-on experience. The field is extensive and the demand is high for electrical engineers; you’ll have opportunities in aerospace, healthcare, computers, manufacturing, automotive sectors and countless other industries.
B.S. in Biomedical Engineering
If you’re on a pre-professional track and planning to attend medical school, you can specialize in biomedical engineering. In addition to your engineering curriculum, you’ll take chemistry and biology courses to gain the skills and unique knowledge needed to improve the quality of patient care and treatment.
We offer two tracks within this degree program: biomedical engineering and pre-professional. The first track prepares you to work as a biomedical engineer where you can do anything from developing medical devices to refining rehabilitating prosthesis. The second track is designed for those of you planning to attend medical school and practice as medical professionals.
What courses will I take?
Who are the Electrical Engineering faculty?
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What hands-on learning opportunities do I have?Undergrads are encouraged to take their classroom knowledge into the real world. In addition to internship opportunities, you can participate in programs such as:
- Engineers in Residence
- Corporate Scholars Program
- Engineering Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship (EURA)
What resources are available to me as an electrical engineering student?
There's no shortage of support at the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. You can take advantage of our advising, diversity resources, scholarships, student organizations, and so much more. We want you to succeed!