B.S. in Electrical Engineering
From Global Positioning Systems to electric power generation, for more than a century electrical engineers have contributed to the development of a wide array of new technologies. Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the deployment of electrical systems and electronic devices for a range of industries.
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||August 2019|
|Tuition Fee:||$29,884 per year|
|Location:||Fort Collins, CO, United States|
In the Electrical Engineering programme offered by Colorado State University students choose between two concentrations. The Electrical Engineering concentration covers a broad range of electrical engineering subdiscplines and allows a student to focus on their particular area of interest using technical electives. Lasers and Optical Engineering focuses on optics and waves, optical electronics, optical information processing, and communications.
- Electrical Engineering Concentration
- Lasers and Optical Engineering Concentration
Imagine a world without smart phones, video games, or 3D printing. Such advancements would not be possible without electrical engineers. Electrical Engineering students are prepared for success in today’s high-tech world through stimulating coursework and unique hands-on design projects. They will learn a new way of thinking that teaches the importance of creativity and innovation in solving complex societal problems.
Electrical engineers are the people who make the magic happen inside modern technologies. From self-driving cars to Fitbits to Global Positioning Systems, Electrical Engineering graduates turn ideas into reality.
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