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BS Electrical & Electronics Engineering

BS Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electrical and Electronics engineering is a modern field of engineering involving the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism in areas such as power and control systems, telecommunications, and digital signal processing. In this degree program students will learn about the role electrical engineering plays in today’s society and gain fundamental and applied understanding of electrical engineering as a discipline that integrates math, science, and technology while benefiting from a liberal arts education and developing soft skills that will prepare them to be successful in the major and their careers.

Program Mission

The program will graduate students ready for successful careers as practicing Electrical Engineers and as academics. Since Electrical Engineering is a broad engineering discipline, a graduate in this program will have wide flexibility for career options. Our graduates will also leave school with a solid understanding of the underlying physical and scientific principles of electricity and an ability to translate abstract concepts and ideas into practical solutions (e.g., circuits, control systems). Moreover, our graduates will have had exposure to a broad range of topics, such as micro- and nanoelectronics, communication and wireless systems, sensors, controls and power systems

Program Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives relate to the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that UGA College of Engineering alumni with degrees in Electrical and Electronics Engineering should demonstrate as they move through their careers as engineers and as contributing members of society:

  • Achieved a high level of expertise to design solutions to solve today’s problems.
  • Established themselves in positions of management and leadership in their profession and their community.
  • Continued their education through professional licensure, certification or pursuit of a graduate degree.
  •  Developed an awareness of safety and security constraints as well as ethical responsibility and responsible professional conduct.

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