BSE in electrical engineering

The goal of the electrical engineering undergraduate program is to prepare graduates for positions as electrical engineers. Faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offer a BSE in electrical engineering. Following initial coursework in mathematics and sciences, the foundation classes build a solid base of engineering knowledge. The electrical engineering curriculum includes a number of required upper-division electrical engineering and technical elective courses in such areas as:

  • Circuits
  • Communication, signal processing and control systems
  • Computer engineering
  • Electromagnetics
  • Power
  • Solid-state devices

Approved technical elective courses provide students with an opportunity either to broaden their background in electrical engineering or to study, in greater depth, technical subjects in which they have special interest. To learn more, contact your academic advisor.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET https://www.abet.org/.

Degree offered

Electrical engineering (BSE)

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Location

Tempe, Online

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