B.S. Electrical Engineering
Fairfield's Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. The program blends theoretical knowledge with hands-on experiential learning in a rich menu of topics. The educational objectives of the Bachelor of Science degree program in electrical engineering are as follows:
- Domain Knowledge: BSEE alumni enjoy careers in industry and government as successful engineers or in related technical fields, while those with academic vocations distinguish themselves as educators and scholars.
- Professional Practice: BSEE alumni apply engineering science to analyze design, and test a variety of electrical engineering systems.
- Lifelong Learning: BSEE alumni continue to grow through graduate education in engineering and other professions, through industrial engagement, or through participation in professional societies.
- Engineering Citizenship: BSEE alumni realize their unique contributions on interdisciplinary teams or as a team leader in an ethical and professional manner with a sense of social responsibility.
You may specialize in a specific area by taking two elective courses in the electrical engineering discipline. The program places increasing emphasis on design assignments and offers advanced elective courses that permit you to tailor your program to specific career objectives.