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What is electrical engineering?

Electrical Engineering encompasses a broad range of technologies that utilize electricity for the benefit of society.  Subdisciplines include energy systems, machines, power electronics, analog electronics, instrumentation, sensors, signal processing, machine vision, communications, robotics, wireless devices, radar, photonics, biomedical devices, and artificial intelligence.

Why electrical engineering at OSU?

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at OSU provides high quality, comprehensive education for both undergraduate and graduate degree seeking students.  The School incorporates software, hardware, and design experiences in its curriculum.  Our faculty are committed to student excellence and our students are highly recruited by industry.  We emphasize both theory and application to prepare students for their first entry-level jobs. 

Career paths

Profession in, but not limited to, energy systems, machines, and power electronics with the following possible job titles:

5degree specialty areas

Power & Energy; Computers & Digital Electronics; Signal Electronics; Controls, Signal Processing & Communications; Microwaves & Photonics

Highlights

  • Ample scholarships to a diverse student body
  • Dual BS Electrical Engineering and BS Computer Engineering degree
  • "4+1" BS Electrical Engineering/Computer Engineering and Master of Engineering degree
  • Ample software, hardware, computer, laboratory and design experiences
  • Highly engaged faculty and student-centric culture
Windmills are something electrical engineers work on at OSU.

Scholarship Opportunities

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology offers a variety of competitive scholarships. To learn more, view all CEAT scholarship opportunities.

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