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The Electrical Engineering degree is designed to foster learning, knowledge and skill development through several hands-on experience not only in the academic environment but in the professional setting as well.

The Electrical Engineering degree includes three science labs (University Physics I and II Labs and Chemistry Lab), four EE dedicated labs (Circuit Lab, Digital Logic Lab, Signals and systems I Lab, and Electronics Lab), and several hands-on lab sessions embedded in regular higher level EE courses (such as VHDL, VLSI, Communications, and C++ programming). The degree culminates in a one-year senior design experience where students have to teamwork toward the goal of designing a system or device to meet desired needs within realistic economic, environmental, social, political, and ethical constraints.

Moreover, students have the opportunity to work in surrounding companies via internships and co-ops starting from their sophomore year. Research opportunities are also available to students in cutting-edge research areas through independent research as well as independent study courses (up to 6 credit hours) as well as via faculty funding support.

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Students Vist Swepco

A group of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students recently toured the AEP SWEPCO power plant at Fulton, Arkansas.

Senior Design 2018 

Senior Design 

Michael Willis and Heather Willis demonstrate "Project 'Ignite' Identity based switching."

Senior Design

Melissa Haselow, Samantha Ramsey, Caleb Sparks, and Mike Teta demonstrate their "Breathalyzer & Medical Assistant" device.

Senior Design

Michael Addington, Sylvester Kendricks, Lacey Sciara, and Jacob Railsback demonstrate their "OBD Device for Automobiles."

Senior Design 

Josh Oden, Bradley Dunkin, Zachary Ludwig, James Scarnati demonstrate their "Smart Irrigation System."

Senior Design

Tyler Marler and J.D. Vickers demonstrate their "3D Printer Design."

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