Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
President Obama says the United States is suffering from a pronounced shortage of engineers, and he has called on the private sector to annually train 10,000 new engineers. “We’ve made incredible progress on education, helping students to finance their college educations, but we still don’t have enough engineers,” Obama says. Electrical and electronic engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment, such as electric motors, control systems, radar and navigation systems, and communication systems. Traditionally electronics engineers focus on electronic systems, instrumentation, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications, while electrical engineers focus on power and energy transmission applications, including renewable energy sources and other green technologies. This program will prepare students to enter this exciting, high demand field enabling graduates to pursue challenging and rewarding careers.