Our electrical engineering program builds from a strong foundation of mathematics, physics, and the engineering sciences into a solid core of electrical engineering subjects that include digital logic, circuits, computers, communications, electronics and electromagnetics. Our curriculum is designed to prepare you for a career in the broad field of electrical engineering.
In our department, we emphasize lifelong learning, team work, and global/societal impacts. The group projects, especially with the added interactions with industry mentors, will give you a near-real-world experience of work place dynamics. The senior design courses also require written and oral communications through weekly meetings and presentations, as well as through significant requirements on documentation. Industry professionals mentor our senior students, so you already have those connections when it comes time to graduate.
Review your major checklist and four-year plan as an electrical engineering undergraduate, or peruse the the courses and critical courses needed for your bachelor's or master's program in electrical engineering.