Are you an undergraduate Engineering student looking to explore artificial intelligence or autonomous vehicles?
Take a closer look at the Electrical Engineering Minor, which integrates mathematical and scientific principles of electricity and magnetism to analyze electrical phenomena and to design electrical systems.
The requirements include a total of 32 credit hours in the areas of basic programming, algorithms, circuits, electronics, and signals and systems.
Job forecasts in the field call for average growth, with the median salary just over $101,000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The program in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
- Design and function of A.I. and self-driving vehicles intrigues you.
- You will have labs in circuits, electronics and electrical machines. Elective course choices give the opportunity to do lab work in digital signal processing, high voltage power, mobility systems and advanced power electronics.
- Faculty are doing research in Renewable Energy Systems, Battery Management Systems, Electric Vehicles, Power Electronics and Haptics.