Studying engineering physics opens countless doors to the future. But did you know you can tailor your degree even further? By pursuing the electrical engineering track, you’ll graduate prepared to enter any number of industries: aerospace, automotive, computers, energy, telecommunications and so much more. In fact, electrical engineering is the largest engineering discipline. Learn to analyze, design, develop and operate electrical devices. Work with systems ranging from wireless communication to remote sensing to robotics and more. And that’s only the beginning.
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Take your education to the next level by participating in internships or one of our many clubs, such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) or the Society of Physics Students (SPS).