B.S. EP - Electrical Engineering
General inquiries about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics - Electrical Engineering program may be directed toward our EP – Electrical Engineering Director, Dr. Alaeddin Abu-Abed.
Please see below for more information.
The Biomedical Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
EP-Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives
Within a few years of graduation, our graduates will be able to:
1) Practice technical competency as professionals in electrical engineering or related fields.
2) Advance to positions of greater responsibility through individual effort and/or teamwork.
3) Sustain professional development and/or pursue advanced degree.
What is Electrical Engineering?
Electrical Engineering is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) field that focuses on designing, manufacturing, and testing of electrical and electronic equipment. In this field, students learn the theoretical and experimental skills required for digital signal processing, control systems, telecommunications, microelectronics, microprocessors, power systems, mechatronics, and electromagnetics.
Why Choose Electrical Engineering at UCO?
The UCO Department of Engineering and Physics prepares graduates for responsible engineering positions in design, development, testing, production, and operation in fields of communication, control systems, digital signal processing, electronic circuits, microprocessors, mechatronics, and power systems. Our student-focused, multi-disciplinary, and hands-on approach to engineering education produces graduates who are readily employed in industry, government agencies, and academia. The career potential in electrical engineering remains excellent.
EP - Electrical Engineering at UCO
Through the Bachelor of Science degree program in EP – Electrical Engineering, dedicated faculty members guide student learning through a program curriculum featuring; small classes, hands-on experience, modern equipment, excellent laboratory facilities, and the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research. Specialization is accommodated through courses such as digital electronics, digital signal processing, digital and analog communication, semiconductor devices, and control systems. Students in Electrical Engineering often either go directly to work as engineers in industry or attend graduate school in electrical engineering.
You can find information for about applying to UCO at the Office of Prospective Student Services / Scholarships. This site also has information and links to scholarships offered to freshman students.
Information about scholarships available through the Department of Engineering and Physics are available on the department's scholarship page.
If you would like further information about the Department of Engineering and Physics programs, or would like to arrange to visit, please contact:
Department of Engineering and Physics
University of Central Oklahoma
100 North University Drive
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034-5209
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