Our electrical and electronic engineering courses provide this grounding with an emphasis on power systems, microelectronics and more. 

You’ll develop industry skills — including how to design, construct, implement, test and evaluate systems —  through huge amounts of technical and practical experience when you study one of our electrical and electronic engineering courses.

By the time you graduate, you’ll know how to apply your skills to manufacturing, telecommunications and more. Importantly, you’ll be part of an industry that will further advance our modern society.

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