Electrical Engineering is concerned with the design, analysis and implementation of a variety of systems, components and devices, primarily of an electrical or electronic nature, which form the cornerstone of our complex and technologically oriented society. This ranges from small-scale integrated electronics and photonics systems and devices, the technological drivers of the information technology revolution, to large-scale electrical power systems and power generators, which supply the nations energy needs and form the basis for sustained economic growth. Electrical engineering is a rapidly changing discipline. To adequately train students to meet the challenges of the future and to assume leadership roles in the practice of electrical engineering, the department has in place a modern curriculum that reflects best practices in the industries we serve and is constantly updated to incorporate new technological, scientific and economic developments.
The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering is attained upon completion of the course requirements described under any one of three options. These are:
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