Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers focus on the controlled application of electricity to solve problems in areas ranging from tiny consumer electronic devices, medical equipment, and computers to automobiles and the massive power-generating apparatus used by utility companies. Electrical engineers apply electrical, electronic, and magnetic theory to the development, design, and operation of electrical hardware and software, control systems, electrical machines, and communications systems. They may also be involved in the manufacture, installation, and sale of electrical and electronic equipment and are employed by a wide variety of organizations that produce, use, or service this equipment.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Lawrence Tech offers four areas of concentration: biomedical instrumentation, electrical energy systems, electronics engineering, and embedded systems, depending on whether you are interested in computer and digital system design, electronic circuit design, or automation, alternative energy, intelligent motion, and power distribution.
“Upon receiving my degree, I was immediately ready to enter the work force. During the interview process, I was able to talk about the team projects and practical experiences I received at Lawrence Tech.”