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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Undergraduate Electrician Schools Ranking

The following list of top undergraduate schools for electricians has been developed in 2012 by the U.S. News and World Report:  www.usnews.com.  These schools have been ranked based on faculty and executive management feedback, Forbes.com, interviewing student feedback, as well as The Princeton Review system which assess student-faculty ratio, enrollment, quality of life and safety.  Eligibility is only available to those schools accredited by the Board for Engineering and Technology.

1.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT offers various undergraduate programs, including degreed studies in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.  Additional information:  www.eecs.mit.edu

2.  Stanford University

Undergraduate degrees are offered at Stanford in Electrical Engineering.  Academics focus on math, digital and analog electronics and electromagnetics.  Their courses are built on a foundation of physical science, mathematics, computing, and technology. Additional information:  www.ee.stanford.edu

3.  California Institute of Technology

CalTech offers Electrical Engineering degrees for undergraduates and prepares students to advance to graduate level studies or work in research and development industries. At the heart of CalTech’s mission is unwavering dedication to honor, integrity, equity, and diversity. Additional information:   www.ee2.caltech.edu

4.  University of California, Berkeley

The University of California offers students single major undergraduate degrees for Electrical and Computer Engineering.  The program focuses on integrated circuitry, digital and analog circuits, CAD, electromagnetics and acoustics.  Additional information: www.eecs.berkeley.edu

5.  Georgia Institute of Technology

Undergraduates may either choose a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or a dual Bachelor of Science/Master of Science degree program.  The GIT ECE department’s vision is to lead in the creation and development of intellectual and human capital in electrical and computer engineering. Additional information:  www.ece.gatech.edu

6.  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The University of Illinois provides students with degree programs in Electrical Engineering.  The ECE department’s mission is to serve society through excellence in education, research and public service.  Additional information:  www.ece.illinois.edu

7.  University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan provides undergraduate degree programs in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.  Students may also apply to the “Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering” program.  Additional information:  www.eecs.umich.edu

8.  Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon has a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree program offered through its Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Studies focus on applied physics, circuits and systems, computer hardware and computer software.  Additional information:  www.ece.cmu.edu

9.  Cornell University

Admissions applications are open to high school sophomores for student’s wishing to apply to the Cornell Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering undergraduate degree program.  Additional information:  www.ece.cornell.edu

10.  Purdue University – West Lafayette

Purdue University provides Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering.  Coursework concentrates on the design, implementation and operation of electronic and electrical systems, as well as included components.  Specializations are offered in bioengineering, circuitry, controls and electromagnetics.  Additional information:  www.engineering.purdue.edu/ECE

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