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Electrical engineering powers and moves the world. The rapid pace of technological innovation is driving demand for electrical and electronics
engineers in research and development. Earn a degree in electrical engineering to meet this demand and gain the expertise needed to design
Apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to hands-on
experiences in labs and on a variety of projects, including:
Gain real-world knowledge through key electrical
engineering courses including:
Electric Drives and Laboratory: Study subsystems of
an electric drive system and apply the theory to real-life
scenarios, such as electrical car cruise control.
IoT Introduction: Learn the concept of Internet of Things.
Build IoT devices and implement security techniques through
team lab activities and projects.
Senior Design and Laboratory: Complete the
entire design cycle of an innovative product, including
implementation, testing and finalizing the product.
“If you have a passion for technology, electrical engineering may be a good fit for you. Electronics have been my hobby since a very young age. To make my passion a fulltime career, it only made sense for me to become an electrical engineer. In this program, I’ve discovered that anything is possible as long as you apply yourself.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
View a Video on the Electrical Engineering Program.
Ahmed AbuhusseinAssistant Professor
Yong-Kyu JungAssociate Professor
Donald MacKellarAssistant Professor
Niklas BittersAdjunct Lecturer
Tom HinckleyAdjunct Lecturer
Daniel MoserAdjunct Lecturer
Steven RowlandAdjunct Lecturer
Mahsa ShateriAdjunct Lecturer
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