The goal of the EE Industry Specific Partnership Program is to extend the delivery of the academic requirements identified in UTA’s Electrical Engineering Programs, to facilitate companies in the continuing development of their professional staff and to identify research opportunities of value to the participating companies. Dr. Bredow, the chairman of UTA’s EE Department, is leading the department’s effort in this initiative. Please refer to the INQUIRE menu item for Dr. Bredow’s contact information. We invite you to join us in this effort and encourage your company’s participation in developing a relationship with the EE Department as further described in the fact sheet located at ISP Fact Sheet.
UTA’s Electrical Engineering Department’s academic focus includes the areas of power systems, nanoelectronics and optics, sensors, controls, and autonomous vehicles, and communications and sensing. Topics covered in these areas include the design, development, testing and manufacturing processes of electrical equipment (such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, and power generation equipment) as well as robotics and control systems, nanoscale device technology and lasers. The University’s Electrical Engineering degree plans may be viewed at Current EE Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Plans.
The basis for discussions with our ISP Sponsors begins with UTA’s Electrical Engineering Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. The descriptions of the undergraduate and graduate courses offered in these Programs are available at Electrical Engineering Undergraduate and Graduate Course Descriptions. Undergraduate and Graduate course offerings vary by semester and can be revised to meet the EE Department’s needs including those of the ISP Program. Examples of the typical sequence of Graduate Course Offerings over a 2 year academic schedule are Spring 2019 | Fall 2019 | Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
The EE Department views its Mentoring Program as an important and unique component of the University’s contribution to industrial sponsors and their employees. This Program is built on UTA’s academic research and project courses. Each course’s area of study is organized under the guidance of an EE Department faculty member, the mentoring sponsor and the student.
Mentoring studies organized under the guidance of a faculty member are structured course enrollments determined by the student’s undergraduate or graduate academic classification. Students are individually enrolled in the applicable course with the consent of the instructor and these opportunities are always available during an academic semester. Course presentation and delivery structures can be separately developed in partnership discussions including those of the ISP Program. Typical courses designated for studies of this nature include:
Course descriptions are available at Electrical Engineering Undergraduate and Graduate Course Descriptions
To Arrange Partnership Discussions
Dr. Jonathan Bredow
Electrical Engineering Department Chair
For General EE-ISP Program Inquiries
Dr. Jung Sungyong
Department Associate Chair
Ms. Mara Dillman