Electrical Engineering (EE)

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EE Electrical Engineers

EE is the branch of engineering that deals with the technology of electricity, electromagnetism, and electronics.

Electronics engineers design and develop electronic equipment, such as broadcast and communications systems — from portable music players to global positioning systems (GPS).

The bachelor of science degree with a major in electrical engineering is designed to provide students with the mathematics, science, management, engineering and applications skills needed to work in various industries designing and producing electrical and electronic devices, systems and services. Electrical engineers also are involved in many large-scale multi-disciplinary projects in aerospace, automobiles, computer systems, construction, instrumentation, health services and other areas.

Texas State offers an electrical engineering program with three specializations:

  • Networks and communication systems
  • Micro and nano devices and systems
  • Computer engineering

Each of these programs leads to a bachelor of science degree with a major in electrical engineering.


The B.S. Electrical Engineering degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.


The Computer Engineering program is a separately-accredited concentration within the Electrical Engineering degree program. 

Students declare a major in Electrical Engineering (EE) with a "concentration" in Computer Engineering (EE/CE).  The EE/CE curriculum shares many components of the EE curriculum, but has some specific differences which pertain to the field of Computer Engineering.

300+ Electrical Engineering Majors

within the Ingram School of Engineering attending our program during the Spring 2021 semester!

$107K Annual mean wage of Electrical Engineers in Texas

According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for electrical engineers was $100,830 in May 2020.

7% Employment growth from 2020 to 2030

As fast growth as average for all occupations.

Minimum required credit hours:

Micro and Nano Devices and Systems Concentration - 131
Networks and Communication Systems Concentration - 131
Computer Engineering Concentration - 130

Career Opportunities

As an electrical engineering graduate you will have a variety of job opportunities in fields such as:

  • Cell phone/network design
  • Electrical grid efficiency, maintenance & improvement
  • Transistor/chip/circuit design
  • Computer architecture
  • Controls system design
  • Solar cell design

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