Speed School provides knowledge and skills that enable you to advance technologies for homes, businesses, and personal devices as well as reshape our infrastructure and power grids.
Degrees Available: Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate
As technology permeates every aspect of our lives, so does the need for electrical engineers.
We rely on engineering to design our TVs, smart phones, computers, cars, and more — all which affect our information, communications, and transportation. Those who can develop faster, smaller, more energy-efficient devices at less cost will be the ones to succeed.
To meet these rapidly accelerating demands, Speed School offers hands-on, learning opportunities that can put you in the lead and win the race to market.
What You’ll Study
- Microelectronics and Circuits
- Electromagntic Design
- Energy and Power
- Automated Control
- Medical Imaging
- Embedded Systems
Areas of Research for Advanced Degrees
- Wireless communications
- Imgage processsing and recognition
- Microelectro mechanical systems
- Next generation solar cells
- Power electronics
- Control algorithms
- Smart Interfaces
- Custom circuits
- Deep learning and Big Data
- Human machine interfaces
Explore Our Degree Offerings
Regardless of the stage in your engineering journey, Speed School gives you options to reach your goal. Our undergraduate degree earns you a Bachelors of Science in 4 years, with an option to acquire a masters degree in only one additional year. Our graduate options will give you a professional advantage or take you into more advanced research. Find your trajectory, as an undergraduate, graduate student, or professional.
Check your Undergraduate Flight Plan
The Flight Plan is a structured, measurable guide for your academic success and growth. Our award-winning academic counselors will work with you to find your optimal path to graduation.
Median annual salary for an electrical engineer
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