The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering administers the degree in electrical engineering (EE). EE provides the fundamental basis for many key industries, including bioengineering, micro/nanoelectronics, power systems, robotics, telecommunications, and space science. The program builds on a strong foundation in mathematics, physical science, and computer programming.
The curriculum covers a variety of technical areas, including control systems and robotics, communications, digital design, networking, electromagnetics, electronics, power systems, and signal processing. The program emphasizes hands-on experiences and broad opportunities for undergraduate research and co-op/internships in industry. The department also offers a concentration in power electronics and a minor in microelectronics.
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