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Electrical Engineers design systems that generate, transmit and distribute electricity. Electronic engineers design electronic devices which perform computation, communication, or control robots and machines. Electrical and electronic engineers work with technologies ranging from large power lines and generators to tiny integrated circuits containing billions of transistors.

EEE Bachelor of Science Degree

The B.S. degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering prepares students for a careers in a dynamic field - with more than half of electrical engineering specialties developed during the last twenty years. Ongoing contributions of electrical engineers include:

  • Robotics
  • Consumer Product Development - home entertainment and personal communications market
  • Wireless and Fiber Optics
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Signal Acquisition and Control
  • Power Engineering

Students receive a comprehensive background in mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science and engineering science during their first few semesters. Engineering design and application are stressed in upper-division courses. Our curriculum also emphasizes hands-on experience through laboratory courses.

EEE Bachelors of Science Degree

EEE Master of Science Degree

The Master of Science degree program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is designed to provide students with advanced study in a variety of Electrical and Electronic Engineering topics, and opportunities to conduct independent research to broaden their professional scope.

Graduate Advisor

Preetham Kumar
EEE Graduate Coordinator
Riverside Hall 3018B

EEE Masters Degree

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