Electrical engineers design and develop things such as new energy systems, biomedical equipment, computing technologies, telecommunications, transportation, entertainment, and many more systems related to electricity, electronics, or electromagnetism.
What’s different? Our approach looks to the greater good by serving others through technology. The motivation we share within a Christian environment shines through in the kinds of projects we tackle.
Accredited? Yes, the Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, as you would expect.
This major leads to a bachelor of science degree.
Check the latest catalog for specific degree requirements, entry procedures, and course descriptions.
Check the time schedule for course offerings during the current year.
Here are four suggested course sequence flow charts for the Electrical Engineering BS: for AS-T2 transfers, for DTA transfers, for students starting with calculus, and for students starting with pre-calculus.