Electrical engineers design, test and improve electronic equipment from lighting and wiring systems to cars to smart phones.
Our partnership program provides you with the technical knowledge and skill set you need to work immediately in most areas of the profession. The program focuses largely on mathematics, as well as communications, biometrics, control systems and more.
Some of the classes you will be taking include Circuit Theory, Signals and Systems, Waves and Fields, Power Systems and Microelectronic Circuits. View our electrical engineeing curriculum plan (PDF) .
Electrical engineering jobs are expected to stay consistent through 2018. In 2011, electrical engineers earned an average yearly wage of $89,200.
*According to the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics