Flip the switch on your career.

With our world depending so much on electricity, electrical engineers are relied upon to design, analyze, test and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment. Successful electrical engineers not only need technical expertise and scientific understanding, they also need strong communication skills and an ability to understand data. It’s no wonder electrical engineers are in high demand -- and highly paid.

Our electrical engineering bachelor’s degree program gives you the education you need to be able to start a career in this very rapidly-growing industry. With classes led by experienced industry professionals, you’ll learn how to design, develop, test, supervise, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment.

Through a combination of classroom learning, hands-on projects, and internship experience, this program gives you a chance to apply the skills you learn in many different situations. You’ll also build other important skills such as teamwork, communications, and ethics.

As a graduate, you’ll be able to start a career in many different in-demand career fields, such as power generation, control systems, embedded systems, signal processing, robotics and many others.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Bachelor of Science — Electrical Engineering

Career Facts

$94,210

Median Yearly Income

1.3 %

Outlook 2014 - 2024

$99,479

Median Salary for Executives

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Featured Alumni

If you have a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering you will have a job for the rest of your life. And to know that what I do can potentially save a life is very moving and motivating. It makes me want to go to work.

- Conner Booth, BS Mechanical Engineering
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