Are you reading this on a laptop? Calling on a cell phone? Sitting under a fluorescent light? Watching a DVD?
These are just a few of the products designed by electrical engineers, along with municipal power systems, satellite image transmission, aircraft guidance and navigation, robotic control and many others.
In short, electrical engineers devise systems to transform energy and to transfer data. Electrical engineering courses deal with the theory, mathematics and components of electrical circuits, signals and controls.
The concentration in Electrical Engineering at LeTourneau University involves a curriculum of 132 semester hours and is one of six concentration choices within our Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree.
Learn what steps high school students can take to prepare for studying electrical engineering at LETU.
"The Electrical Engineering program is grounded in the basics providing an excellent framework for students to go on into any related field. The faculty provides unparalleled support for their students in a learning environment that is both intense and fun."
- Sarah Plymale, '04 Grad
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To learn more about course requirements, view the suggested course sequence.
With a degree in engineering with an electrical concentration, graduates may choose from a number of industry career options.
A few possible career choices include: