Electrical Engineering Bachelor's Degree Overview
Electrical engineers design, develop and operate devices, systems and practices that require in-depth knowledge of electrical and related phenomena. Electrical engineering has played a big role in practically all modern inventions. Early examples include the development of the transistor and integrated circuits. More recent inventions include the evolution of the computer and the realization of the space age — satellite communications, electro-optics, medical devices and the exploration of Earth and the universe. Electrical engineers have led an industrial/technological revolution that has improved the quality of life throughout the world.
Electrical Engineering Bachelor's Degree Highlights
Experiential learning at its best
It's about experiential learning, which means internships, co-ops, research, service learning, study abroad and more. Learn more.
Optional three-year degree options
Any of our more than 200 degrees at UT can be three-year degrees! Find out how the University's Credit Assessment Center can make sure what you already know is applied toward a degree. Learn more.
Preferred admission to advanced degree programs
The academic advantage - preferred admission to UT's distinguished graduate and professional degree programs and more.
Electrical engineering graduates find jobs in design, sales, computing, communication, robotics and manufacturing industries. Rapid, dynamic changes in business and industry increase the need for knowledgeable, innovative electrical engineers.
Electrical Engineering Bachelor's Degree Curriculum
Electrical Engineering Bachelor's Degree4 ½-year program
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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
College of Engineering