Students in Electrical Engineering (EE) study, design, and build devices and systems which utilize electricity and electromagnetic fields. This wide-ranging discipline covers problems at many scales, from the physical design of nano-sized transistors, through complex circuit analysis, to the signals carried by communication and control systems. Application examples include cell phones, solar cells, power generation and distribution, and sensors.
The field of electrical engineering has branched out into a number of specialized categories, including power generation and transmission systems, motors, batteries and control systems. Electrical engineering also includes electronics subcategories, such as radio frequency (RF) systems, telecommunications, remote sensing, signal processing, digital circuits, instrumentation, audio, video, and optoelectronics.
The Electrical Engineering degree program is ABET-accredited at Kennesaw State University which meets the degree requirements to take the Professional Engineering exam.
The Electrical Engineering degree program offers course work in:
Program Format: Face-to-Face Classes
Number of Credits Hours: 130 Total Hours
Entry Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
Time to Complete: Four-year Program
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Stay on path for graduation by using the degree pathway that maps out your courses by semester and by year.Science in Electrical Engineering Degree Pathway
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Electrical engineer careers vary, but work primarily in research and development industries, engineering services firms, manufacturing and the federal government, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. You’ll generally work indoors, in offices, but may have to visit sites to observe a problem or a piece of complex equipment. Below are a few electrical engineer jobs you might pursue with a bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering degree from Kennesaw State:
Double Owl Pathways allows undergraduate students to obtain their undergraduate and graduate degrees at significantly lower costs and in less time than pursuing each degree separately. KSU offers a variety of Pathways to choose from various disciplines, allowing students to graduate sooner and get a head start on their future careers.Double Owl Pathways
Kennesaw State University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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