Electrical Engineering

Some of the most prominent pioneers in electrical engineering include Thomas Edison (electric light bulb), George Westinghouse (alternating current), Nikola Tesla (induction motor), Guglielmo Marconi (radio) and Philo T. Farnsworth (television). These innovators turned ideas and concepts about electricity into practical devices and systems that ushered in the modern age.

In keeping with the pioneers’ tradition, this program explores new grounds in power generation and transmission systems, motors, batteries and control systems,  electronics, radio frequency (RF) systems, telecommunications, remote sensing, signal processing, digital circuits, instrumentation, audio, video and optoelectronics.


Electrical Engineering Professors


Electrical Engineering is available at these campuses:
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