Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

All undergraduates in Electrical Engineering study the following: 

Analog and digital electronics
Communication systems
Control systems
DC and AC circuits

Electric energy systems
Electromagnetics
Electronic materials and devices
Signal processing

Areas of specialization include:
Biomedical engineering (instrumentation and system design)
Electric energy systems (renewable energy and electric machines and drives)
Electronics (integrated circuits, optoelectronics, power, and communication)
Embedded systems (microcontrollers, mobile devices, and control theory)
High frequency systems (photonics and RF and microwave circuit design)
Signal processing (digital systems and biomedical applications)

More information about the Electrical Engineering program:

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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
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Career Outlook: Electrical and Electronics Engineers (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

2016 Median Pay

$96,270 per year

Job Outlook, 2016-26

7%

Employment Change, 2016-26

21,300

 

Villanova University Computer Engineering Class of 2017 median starting salary: $67,675

Accreditation:

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

Department Mission Statement

In order to graduate computer engineering students and electrical engineering students who can succeed in their chosen careers, our core educational philosophy is built on: 

  • Strong Fundamentals: A solid understanding of fundamental engineering principles and problem solving, along with strong technical knowledge and skills within the chosen discipline. 
  • Multidisciplinary Perspective: Engagement of technical knowledge with the wider community.  
  • Leadership Ability: Leadership and effective team skills lead to success within diverse, multidisciplinary settings.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bijan Mobasseri, PhD

Chair
Dr. Bijan Mobasseri, Professor
Phone: 610-519-4958