Undergraduate Studies

in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

Our undergraduate programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org/.  See enrollment and degrees granted

The electrical engineering industry is increasingly transdisciplinary as electrical and computing devices are used in wireless communications, medicine, energy, space exploration and the environment. The development of the microprocessor has expanded the opportunities for electrical engineers to improve the design of familiar products such as automobiles, consumer and office products, entertainment systems and a vast variety of test and measurement instruments and machine tools.

Electrical engineers combine the laws of electricity and principles of engineering to a variety of applications that directly affect the daily lives of most of the world’s population, from the development of satellite communication links to a sophisticated patient monitoring system in a hospital trauma unit. Electrical engineers are concerned with a vast array of design and development challenges associated with radio and television transmitters and receivers, telephone networks and switching systems, computer systems and electric power generation and distribution.

Our faculty includes experts in many application areas such as the design of flight control for aircraft and the implementation of neural interfaces for biomedical applications. They are committed to the integration of use-inspired research with locally and globally relevant academic programming, and have achieved national recognition by pursuing the highest-quality activities in research, training and entrepreneurship.

As an electrical engineering student with a knack for entrepreneurship, Andrew’s life is “developing a startup company by day and finishing coursework by night.

Ninh chose electrical engineering because it pushes him to understand the hardware side of things. “I think future success relies on being able to produce both the best of software and the best of hardware.”

Read more about his startup, summer fellowship and funding achievements

Andrew N.

Electrical Engineering online student, creator of DocBot

Degree Programs

B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering

Undergraduate students will take basic engineering courses as well as specialty courses in circuits, electromagnetic fields and waves, microprocessors, communication and control systems, solid-state electronics and electrical power systems. Undergraduates in the program prepare for positions as electrical engineers in industrial, commercial and government organizations.

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B.S.E. in Electrical Engineering (Electric Power and Energy Systems)

The goal of the electric power and energy systems concentration is to prepare graduates for positions in industries dealing with conventional power generation (fossil fuel and nuclear) and alternative energy systems, including solar, wind and fuel cells.

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4 + 1 Accelerated B.S.E./M.S.E. Program

Thinking about pursuing a master’s degree in electrical engineering? Save time and money with the 4 + 1 Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Master of Science in Engineering in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E/M.S.E. in EE) degree program. This accelerated program allows motivated students the opportunity to obtain both a bachelor’s (B.S.E.) and master’s (M.S.E.) degree (non-thesis option only) from Electrical Engineering in five years.

Learn more about the 4 + 1 accelerated program in electrical engineering

Electrial Engineering Undergrads Enrolled (2013-2014)

Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Degrees Granted (2013-2014)

Opportunities

Undergraduate Research

Through research, you are building a strong foundation for graduate study and your future career. Our signature program, the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, is just one of the many ways you can get involved in research early in your education.

Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/discover and engineering.asu.edu/research

Scholarships

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering have many scholarship programs to support our students. In 2013, we gave $900K in the form of scholarship support to our undergraduate students. Our commitment is to support our current engineering student body and amplify access to the field of engineering through generous donations and support from our caring donors, companies, community members, associations, organizations and staff. Scholarships are available to both new (incoming freshman and transfer students) as well as our continuing engineering students.

Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/scholarships

Internships

The Engineering Career Center is designed to be your personal resource for career development during your time at the Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Find internships and more at engineering.asu.edu/career

Senior Design Award

The Senior Design Award is an undergraduate team award for senior electrical engineering students. It is presented semi-annually at the end of the Fall and Spring semesters, to the EEE 489 groups that win their respective senior design competitions. Winning teams receive a certificate of achievement and prize money, which is divided among all team members. The award is jointly funded by ECEE and the Palais Fund—a fund established by professor Joseph Palais, ECEE graduate program chair, and his wife Sandra.

I was born to be a Sun Devil. But, it also helped that ASU has one of the best electrical engineering programs in the U.S.

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Beth M.

Electrical engineering alumna