The electrical engineering curriculum prepares students for a career by providing them with the engineering and technical education appropriate to meet modern technological challenges, including course work in mathematics, sciences, humanities, and engineering topics in circuit analysis, electronics, electrical systems, electromagnetics, energy systems, and properties of materials.
The department houses laboratories designed to give students easy access for their studies. In addition, there are special-purpose labs serving the fields of power systems, optoelectonics, thin-film electronic materials, analog and digital systems, and more.
Companies hiring recent graduates: IBM, Intel, HP, Motorola, Boeing, Caterpillar, Raytheon, Rockwell, and several power companies.
Average starting salary: $56,984
Department: Electrical and Computer Engineering