Geneva College

 

 

Electrical

Engineering and Computer Science DepartmentELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEGREE

Geneva College offers an Electrical Engineering concentration within its general Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. Electrical engineers design, manufacture and operate power generation and distribution systems, computers, robots, electronics for machine control, communication and telecommunication systems including satellites and radar.

Electrical Engineering Careers

Electrical engineers find careers in the power industry, consumer and industrial electronics, robotics, biomedical engineering, and many other areas.

Program Requirements

In addition to Geneva and general engineering core classes, students in the Electrical Engineering concentration take classes in mathematics, science, and electrical engineering. Example electrical engineering courses include:

  • Linear Circuit Analysis II (ELE 222)
  • Electromagnetic Fields and Waves (ELE 305)
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits I (ELE 309)
  • Electrical Machines (ELE 324)
  • Communications Engineering (ELE 402)
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits II (ELE 410)
  • Digital Signal Processing (ELE 440)

If you are looking for electrical engineering schools in Pennsylvania, we invite you to contact Geneva College for more information.


 

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