Upon advisement, each student may choose an area of specialization during their senior year in communications, computers, electronics, control, and robotics, or power engineering. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering program are expected to have, within a few years of graduation:
Established themselves as practicing professionals or engaged in graduate study in electrical engineering or a related field.
Demonstrated an ability to be productive and responsible professionals.
The number of units required for graduation and the General Education requirements are described in the Undergraduate Education section of this Bulletin. For information for all engineering students, see Undergraduate Programs in Engineering above.