Online Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Electrical Engineering
In this online electrical engineering degree, you will develop engineering skills with a focus on the design of electric power systems, electronics, signal processing algorithms, antennas and semiconductor devices. You’ll be prepared for careers that pioneer new technologies in the energy sector, robotics, computing and beyond.
Next start date: 06/29/2022
Total classes: 40
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 120
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Earn your online electrical engineering degree from an accredited institution
Arizona State University offers the first fully online electrical engineering degree accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. This means the online degree meets the commission’s educational standards and prepares students to excel in engineering fields.
The online electrical engineering degree starts with fundamental courses focused on advanced math, science and the engineering design process. Later in the program, you’ll have the opportunity to take specialty courses covering electromagnetic fields, microprocessors, solid-state electronics, hardware design, circuits, photovoltaic cells, energy systems and more. Lab courses include industry-standard design and simulation tools to help you apply your knowledge and gain practical experience.
As a student in this program, you’ll also have the option to pursue a concentration in electric power and energy systems.
What do electrical engineers do?
Electrical engineers design, develop and test electrical equipment and systems. This means their work ranges from managing the largest power grids to designing the smallest electrical components in your cell phone. A few examples include creating algorithms to better process digital signals, working on antennas, designing circuits systems, developing transistors and more. As the world becomes increasingly digital and electronic, electrical engineers are needed in a variety of fields including:
Will my electrical engineering degree say 'online'?
How long does it take to get an online electrical engineering degree and what courses will I take?
If you’re a full-time student, you can earn your online electrical engineering degree in four years, though the actual time you spend may vary based on your circumstances. In general, during the first two years of study, you’ll develop a foundation in the essential principles of engineering and electricity. Over the next two years, you may specialize in specific electrical engineering subfields.
The online electrical engineering degree program concludes with a two-semester design lab, during which you work with your peers to create an original project.
FSE 100: Introduction to Engineering
EEE 120: Digital Design Fundamentals
EEE 202: Circuits I
EEE 203: Signals and Systems I
EEE 230: Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming
EEE 241: Fundamentals of Electromagnetics
EEE 334: Circuits II
EEE 350: Random Signal Analysis
What can I do with an online electrical engineering degree?
Electrical engineering bachelor’s degree holders can get jobs in a variety of fields working on the electrical components of computers, robots, cell phones, navigation systems and more. Many of these jobs are well-compensated and offer the opportunity to make an impact on energy systems and technological development. After completing your online electrical engineering degree, you can consider careers like:
Online electrical engineering degree requirements
An online electrical engineering degree from a first-class institution
Each student is fully supported on their path to success in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. We have received peer-reviewed programmatic honors from the U.S. News & World Report and provide students with a rich learning environment.
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