Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering majors explore the analysis and synthesis of electrical and electronic circuits and devices, signal processing, control of systems, and the design and analysis of modern electrical systems.

Research in the MSU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering focuses on:

  • Robotics and Control
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Micro/Nano Electronics
  • Materials and Devices
  • Electromagnetics
  • Energy and Power Systems
  • Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems

Electrical Engineering students can choose to further focus their studies with a concentration in biomedical engineering.

Uncommon Pursuits.

The bachelor's degree in electrical engineering provides its graduates with a solid foundation on which they can build successful and sustainable careers in the ever-changing global work environment. The program prepares its graduates for a variety of career paths including engineering positions directly after program completion, entry to engineering graduate school, and entry to other professional graduate-level schools, and eventual leadership in technical, organizational, and entrepreneurial arenas.

Alumni work at:

  • Manufacturing firms
  • Engineering offices
  • Government agencies

Alumni work as:

  • Materials processing managers
  • Electrical engineers
  • Project managers
  • Robotics engineers
  • System developers
  • Biomedical enginers
  • Circuit designers

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