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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

  • QS World University Rankings
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  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
Electrical engineering is concerned with all phases and development of the transmission and utilization of electric energy and intelligence. From communication systems to electronic components that run computers and motor vehicles, electrical engineers design products and systems that meet the needs of today and tomorrow's electrical and electronic systems. While it is essential that electrical engineers understand the fundamentals of their chosen fields, they must also understand the role that other branches of engineering play in completed work. The curriculum provides a foundation in basic engineering as well as depth and breadth in electrical engineering and sufficient electives to allow specialization in academic areas including: Electronic Devices and Circuits Electromagnetics, Power and Photonics Computers, Communications and Systems and Controls The curriculum also prepares an engineer for professional licensure. The department's extensive laboratory facilities and varied research programs assist in both experimental and theoretical approaches to electrical and computer engineering. Educational Objectives The objectives of the EE program at UF are to prepare students for Successful careers in a dynamic industry that is global, multidisciplinary and evolving; and/or for admission to, and excelling in, the top graduate programs in the world Good citizenship by engaging in ethical engineering for the betterment of society and the world. Goals The baccalaureate program prepares students to embark upon professional careers in electrical and computer engineering or to begin graduate study. The department's educational objectives are consistent with the ABET general criteria for accrediting programs in engineering in the United States. Mission The department offers undergraduate and graduate programs in electrical and computer engineering and conducts research to serve the needs of Florida and the nation.