A Career in Electrical Engineering
Demand for technical personnel with knowledge and skills at the baccalaureate level continues to increase in Indiana and across the United States. In addition, the state wide ranking of job priorities, as given in the Hoosier Hot 50 Jobs report, ranks electrical and computer engineering jobs in the top three positions and in position number fifteen.
The Electrical Engineering curriculum stresses the core objectives of electrical engineering by building on mathematics and physical sciences to study power systems, control systems, communication systems, microprocessors, electronics, fields and waves, and more.
Electrical engineering graduates find jobs in technical and/or managerial positions in local engineering companies. Typical entry-level position titles include electrical engineer, product engineer, test engineer and quality assurance engineer.
Electrical Engineering Department Guide:
Electrical Engineering General Course Requirements
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Basic Mechanics
- Linear Circuit Analysis
- Electronics Analysis
- Digital System Design
- Signals and Systems
- Electric and Magnetic Fields
- Microprocessor Systems & Interfacing
- Digital Signal Processing and Communication Systems
- Control Systems
- Electives in Humanities and Behavioral Sciences
For more information, contact Dr. Li Tan, Program Coordinator for Electrical Engineering, Purdue North Central, (219) 785-5744, email@example.com.