Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering curriculum offers comprehensive knowledge spanning electronics, systems, and control. It incorporated the scientific and technological principles underlying the creation, operation, and upkeep of contemporary machinery, systems, and intelligent device networks. The BSE in Electrical Engineering lays a solid foundation for crafting innovative technologies that influence our daily lives, professional environments, and communication methods.

Flexible learning options

No matter your proximity to campus, the University of Michigan-Flint’s BSE in Electrical Engineering is crafted to fit your lifestyle through our innovative Cyber Classroom format. This flexible design enables you to customize your educational journey, offering the option to engage entirely online, participate directly in classroom discussions, or integrate both for a hybrid learning experience.

The UM-Flint’s BSE in Electrical Engineering emphasizes hands-on, experiential education to prepare students for professional success. By engaging in collaborative projects and practical tasks, students develop the skills necessary to use technology to address authentic, real-world challenges. The BSE in Electrical Engineering also offers the chance to gain valuable work experience via internships with our network of industry collaborators.

The BSE in Electrical Engineering program empowers you to apply the knowledge you gain in the classroom to real-world technology projects at UM-Flint. Through team-based projects, you learn to build the collaborative and problem-solving skills needed to be an effective team member and leader.

Electrical Engineering Program Curriculum

Core courses in electronics and circuits, signal processing, and digital systems ensure graduates have a firm foundation allowing them to develop core competencies in complex modern electrical advances. Required courses in mathematics, engineering, and physics will provide students with opportunities to gain skills and perform in careers requiring the application of scientific and engineering knowledge and methods. Electrical Engineering majors can customize their degree program with a number of specialties, including:

  • Electric Vehicles
  • Control & Mechatronics
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing
  • Power & Energy Systems
  • Solid State Electronics & Photonics
  • Computer Vision & Signal Processing
  • Communications & Networking
  • Embedded Systems

Review the detailed BSE in Electrical Engineering curriculum.

The University of Michigan-Flint’s BSE degree in Electrical Engineering gives you competitive advantages to pursue leadership positions in the technology industry. It can also assist career changers to break into the fast-growing technology industry with advanced skills in computing.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in Electrical Engineering is projected to grow 5% from 2022 – 2032, exceeding the average growth rate in the United States. The median annual wage for the related occupations is $104,610.

If you’re passionate about solving complex technical problems, apply to UM-Flint’s BSE in Electrical Engineering program today. If you have questions contact Dan McCabe, the dedicated advisor for UM-Flint engineering students, at [email protected] or 810-762-3051.