Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Electrical and Mechanical Engineering majors take Villanova’s course in Real Time Systems & Controls.

All undergraduates in Electrical Engineering study the following: 

Analog and digital electronics
Communication systems
Control systems
DC and AC circuits

Electric energy systems
Electromagnetics
Electronic materials and devices
Signal processing

Areas of specialization include:

  • Biomedical engineering (instrumentation and system design)
  • Electric energy systems (renewable energy and electric machines and drives)
  • Electronics (integrated circuits, optoelectronics, power, and communication)
  • Embedded systems (microcontrollers, mobile devices, and control theory)
  • High frequency systems (photonics and RF and microwave circuit design)
  • Signal processing (digital systems and biomedical applications)

Over three semesters, students complete a real-world senior capstone design project with a team of fellow Electrical and Computer Engineering majors. These projects are often sponsored by industry partners or reflect international service work.

 

More information about the Electrical Engineering program:

CURRICULUM
MINORS
STUDENT GROUPS
ABET ACCREDITATION

 

Electrical Engineering majors power Barbie cars in a course in Real Time Systems & Controls.
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Career Outlook: Electrical Engineers (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

2018 Average Entry Level Salary

$68,128 per year (Payscale.com)

Job Outlook, 2016-26

9%

Employment Change, 2016-26

16,200

Villanova University Electrical Engineering Class of 2018 median starting salary: $69,970