Offered by: College of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
The program educational objectives of the Electrical Engineering Program are to graduate Electrical Engineering students who:
- Are successfully practicing in the Electrical Engineering profession with solid theoretical and hands-on knowledge of Circuits, Electronics, Computer Software, Hardware, Control Systems, Communications, and Electrical Power.
- Contribute to society through their undergraduate preparation, whether they work in the engineering profession or they decide to pursue an alternate career.
- Pursue personal success by way of ethical and responsible behavior.
- Understand the challenges of a dynamically and globalized changing world and are willing to adapt their skills through continuous learning and self improvement.
- Master effective communication skills to obtain success either working individually or within a team environment.
Students are afforded the opportunity to specialize at the junior and senior level by choosing from a number of courses in the following areas: Power, Electronics including Analog and Digital Devices, Controls and Instrumentation including Robotics and Biomedical, Communications & Signal Processing including Analog and Digital, Digital Systems and Illumination Engineering.
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The Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 9-407