Electrical Engineering Program
The objective of the electrical engineering program at K-State is to prepare you for a professional career in engineering. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible education within the guidelines provided by the ABET.
The electrical engineering curriculum provides the following:
- an understanding of basic sciences, mathematics and communication skills
- a theoretical basis in electrical engineering
- the application of basic concepts to practical problems
- advanced skills in problem solving where hardware and software trade-offs are necessary
- a strong laboratory experience stressing system design and implementation
- a general education that complements the technical content
- an understanding of the ethical, social, safety and economic factors required for engineering practice
A sequence of advanced courses stressing engineering design and based on earlier courses prepare the you for the entry-level positions in the profession.
Electrical engineering areas of specialization are bioengineering, communication systems and signal processing, digital electronics, integrated circuits and devices, and power systems.
View a flowchart (pdf) graphically depicting the curriculum.