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Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering College of Engineering & Computer Science

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Internship Information (EEE 195)

You will need to submit the Internship Application, Student Learning Agreement, and the offer letter from your employer. In lieu of an offer letter, we can accept a memo (on company letterhead). Either document needs to include employment range (which should at least coincide with the semester start/end dates), # of hours per week, pay rate, and description of job duties performed.

NOTE: Due to new University mandated guidelines for site agreements, new employers must be approved before you can be enrolled. This process will take up to 5-7 weeks to complete. Please contact the department before completing the paperwork if you're not sure if the employer has a site agreement in place.

Important: Remember to submit the Internship Evaluation Reports before finals week.

Co-op Information (EEE 195A)

If you are interested in the Co-op, please send an email to ecs-coop@csus.edu for instructions.

NOTE: Due to new University mandated guidelines for site agreements, new employers must be approved before you can be enrolled. This process will take up to 5-7 weeks to complete. Please contact the department before completing the paperwork if you're not sure if the employer has a site agreement in place.

Important: Remember to submit the Co-op Evaluation Reports before finals week.

Undergraduate Certificate Programs

Certain combinations of courses give students a deeper understanding of specialized areas in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. Completion of any of the following course lists entitles the student to receive a certificate indicating that they concentrated their elective study in a particular area. The EEE Department will try to offer on a regular basis all courses required for certificates, but course cancellations and scheduling conflicts do sometimes occur causing difficulty in completing their desired course study. In such situations, students may need to forgo completion of their certificate. Printed certificates must be requested directly from the EEE Department via the application form and may be subjected to processing fees. Certificates shall be sent as a PDF attachment via email after the end of the semester of application.

Certificate in Electric Power Systems and Engineering

Program Description

The certificate in Electric Power Systems and Engineering will recognize the commitment and accomplishments of students studying in this area and provide potential employers with evidence of the skills students have developed. Students studying in this area will become knowledgeable and proficient in the different skills this demanding field requires. This requires studying multiple subjects such as power system analysis, electric power distribution, relay protection, and smart grids. In addition, students will learn the methods and tools used to analyze and design power systems.

Catalog Description:

https://catalog.csus.edu/colleges/engineering-computer-science/engineering-electrical-electronic/certificate-in-electric-power-systems-and-engineering/

Application:

Power Systems Certificate Application

Graduate Forms

Most graduate forms can be found on the Office of Graduate Studies website.

For EEE specific graduate forms, see below:

Letter Templates

If you require a letter from the EEE Department, please choose from the list below. Templates and examples have been provided for you. Please type your letter and email it to the EEE Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Preetham Kumar AND EEE Dept. Student Assistant.

Once your letter has been received and checked it will be printed on EEE Department Letterhead and signed by the EEE Graduate Coordinator. Incomplete or letters not completed properly will not be processed. Letters could take at least 3 business days after submission to be processed, especially during busy periods. You will be notified via email when your letter is ready for pick up.

Student Hiring

If you are interested in working for the EEE department as a Student Assistant, TA, or ISA, please see the Department or the Department Chair in RVR 3018 for more information.

Please note the department only hires students as needed depending on department circumstances.