Become part of an exceptionally collaborative group of students who combine knowledge, problem-solving ability, leadership, and communication skills to set a new industry standard.
Interdisciplinary learning will help you tackle diverse challenges in cybersecurity, robotic controls, treatment of disease, optical and satellite communications, and microelectronics for computers.
About the College of Engineering and Computer Science
Future engineers and computer scientists learn to create new knowledge and technologies through ten undergraduate majors. Students have access to nationally regarded research centers, state-of-the-art lab spaces, and challenging internships.
Sample courses for electrical engineering majors include:
Digital Circuits and Systems
Introduction to Power Engineering
Digital Sign Processing
Advanced Workshop in Technical Communications: Design Methodology
The electrical engineering major offers the flexibility to combine up to three minors from any of Syracuse’s schools and colleges.
Choose your technical electives to complete one of three tracks offered for electrical engineering majors: communications, electromagnetics, or power.
The Engineering and Computer Science Cooperative Education program (co-op) empowers you to pursue experiential learning opportunities through professional, paid work experience in your field and still graduate in four years.
Collaborate with faculty on research projects at on- and off-campus institutes and labs, including the Center for Environmental Systems Engineering (CESE) – 22,000 square feet of newly constructed core laboratories and individual faculty laboratories.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science has an active student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), as well as 20 co-curricular organizations like Engineers without Borders and WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering).
Syracuse University’s B.S. in electrical engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
During your senior year, you will complete a major design project that incorporates all the skills you’ve acquired throughout your college experience: mathematics, sciences, humanities and social sciences, engineering, and communications. These projects can lead to patents and job offers.
The five-year H. John Riley Dual Engineering/MBA Program allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and an MBA from Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management.
Broaden your perspective and enhance your resume with an international experience through Syracuse Abroad, with more than 100 programs in 60 countries. ECS students can choose yearlong study in London, a semester in Dublin, Hong Kong, Santiago, Sydney, Florence, Madrid, Istanbul, and a summer opportunity in Strasbourg.
Life After Syracuse University
As a College of Engineering and Computer Science graduate with a major in electrical engineering, you can explore careers such as:
Applications and systems engineer
Customer support engineer
Research and development manager
Concept development director
Electrical component manufacturing
You can also pursue graduate training in such areas as electromagnetics, computer engineering, cybersecurity, computer networking and telecommunications, nanotechnology, and more. Recent graduates of the program have attended some of the top graduate schools in the U.S.