Electrical engineers are essential to designing, developing, and testing the good stuff in our lives—from the smartwatches on our wrists to the appliances in our homes to the lunar explorers on the surface of the moon. With a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, you’ll be prepared to join the ranks of the creative problem-solvers who power our world.
Why Penn State Behrend?
At Behrend, you won’t just learn in state-of-the-art facilities—you’ll also get hands-on experience conducting research with our award-winning faculty, apply electrical engineering concepts to personalized projects, and have the opportunity to work directly on a real-world industry project.
All of your engineering courses will be taught by faculty members, not graduate assistants. Small class sizes and a faculty open-door policy mean that when you need help, you’ll get it. You can also stay engaged with your major by joining student chapters of the Association for Computing Machinery and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.