Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering is an ever-evolving field that is constantly bringing new technologies to benefit society. These innovative problem solvers use electricity, electronics and electromagnetism to confront challenges in health, energy, and safety. Today's society thrives on electronic systems that vary in size and complexity: from hairdryers and solar panels to lighting systems and power plants. This means that as an electrical engineer, you can impact the future of the very technology that makes our modern lives possible. You could do anything from inventing a life-saving surgical implant to designing smart grids that power cities.

Possible Career Paths and Specializations

Electrical Engineer
Computer hardware engineer
Health and safety engineer
Bio, pre-med, healthcare, and environmental opportunities

Related electrical and computer engineering links

K-State Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Institue of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-Power & Energy Society (IEEE-PES)

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

National Society of Professional Engineers

Sloan Career Cornerstone Center

American Society for Engineering Education

K-State's Electrical Engineering program is accredited under the General Criteria by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.