Electrical engineering includes power systems, control systems, microelectronics and nano electronics, microprocessors and computer networks, Internet of Things, remote sensing, signal processing, neural networks, medical devices, optics and other emerging technologies.
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Electrical Engineering - Minor, BS, MS, M.Eng. Non-Thesis, M.S. Fast Track, B.S. to PhD., PhD.
What Will I Learn?
Because of the broad nature of the field, electrical engineers are involved in a wide range of engineering design projects and they must be able to employ knowledge from other disciplines in electrical engineering designs. They must also be prepared to support engineers in other disciplines.
- Computer Tools
- Embedded System Programming
- Circuit Analysis
- Digital Design And Programmable Micro controllers
- Linear Systems
- Fundamentals of Power Systems
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Graduates of the department work at many companies in the region, including Lockheed Martin, Oncor, Raytheon, American Airlines, Atmos Energy, and Baird, Hamilton and Brown.