EE student Juan David Gonzalez checks out algae as a part of a project using electricity to get biofuel from algae.
Established programs providing a quality education.
A degree in Electrical Engineering provides the most diverse set of career skills, and opportunities in the broad fields of Electronics, Computation, and Software. With a extensive background in Computer Engineering, Digital/Analog Electronics, Software, Signals and Systems, and Electromagnetics; Electrical Engineers are able to design almost any type of cyber-physical system imaginable. With 35,000 square feet of well-equipped laboratory space, we offer a high quality theoretical AND experimental learning environment.
Electrical engineering graduates will find opportunities for research and development, design, construction and manufacturing, sales and applications, field engineering, and management in such disciplines as:
- Analog and Digital Electronics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Data Science
- Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems
- Communication System Engineering
- Control Systems
- Cyber Security of software and hardware systems
- Digital Signal Processing
- Electronic Circuit Design Engineering
- Embedded Computing Systems
- Energy Conversion
- Image Processing
- Instrumentation Engineering
- Integrated Circuit Design
- Information Processing Engineering
- Microelectronic and VLSI Engineering
- Microprocessor Systems Engineering
- Microwave and Radio Frequency Engineering
- Mobile Communications
- Mobile Computing Systems
- Photonic Device and System Engineering
- Power Electronics
- Power Systems and Utility Engineering
- Renewable Energy Systems
- Small Satellite Systems (Cube Sat)
- Software Development
- Solid-state Device Engineering
- Technical Sales Engineering
- Telecommunications Engineering
A Bachelor of Science degree is granted upon successful completion of the electrical engineering curriculum. The department also offers graduate courses in electrical engineering leading to a Master of Science degree. The program affords graduate students an opportunity to complete a Master's Thesis in an area of applied research.
Please see our Undergraduate and Graduate program pages for further details.