Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering


GCU‛s Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering was developed with industry guidance to address the broad foundational knowledge and skills of electrical engineers, electronics engineers, electrical design engineers, project engineers, controls engineers, test engineers, hardware design engineers, communications engineers, circuit engineers or sales engineers.

This program teaches topics and assesses competency in circuits, analog and digital electronics, electromagnetic fields, optics, signal processing, communications, computer design, power, and controls. It integrates math, chemistry, physics and biology and emphasizes critical thinking, real-world application and a practical project based learning experience.

In addition, students develop valuable workplace skills, including effective communication, teamwork, initiative, a strong work ethic, analytical skills, adaptability and self-confidence. Students learn professional and ethical practices associated with engineering through the lens of our Christian worldview.

Program SOC

Occupations
Electrical Engineers
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer
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