Our majors & minors

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Electrical engineering major

A degree in electrical engineering prepares students to develop solutions to urgent problems in areas including generating and regulating electric power supplied to the home, manipulating signals for communication purposes, and designing specialized circuits.

Major in electrical engineering


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Biomedical engineering major

Biomedical engineering is a broad field that involves using technology to solve medical problems. Our biomedical engineering program emphasizes the fundamentals of electrical engineering, including instrumentation, sensors, signal processing, and advanced image processing.

Major in biomedical engineering

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Engineering physics major

If you want a background in engineering science, based on a firm foundation of physics, as well as an introduction to computer science, engineering physics could be the major for you. This degree also prepares you to pursue graduate studies in physics or engineering.

Major in engineering physics


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