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Studying Electrical Engineering at Weber State

Weber State’s electrical engineering major allows you to apply your STEM knowledge to solve complex problems dealing with electrical devices and systems.

Electrical Engineering Highlights

Weber State’s electrical engineering class sizes are small, offering much more personalized instruction than you’d find at other universities.

Weber State also has one of the most affordable electrical engineering degrees according to Affordable Schools.


Beyond the Classroom

As an electrical engineering major, you’ll gain practical experience in the industry through an internship. In addition, you’ll complete your education with a two-semester capstone project that integrates knowledge you’ve gained throughout your degree program.

What You’ll Learn at Weber

You’ll learn to design and analyze electrical devices and systems, conduct experiments and tests, and use techniques, skills and engineering tools required for engineering practice.

Specific topics covered include:

  • Digital circuits
  • Analog circuits
  • Signal processing
  • Power systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Control systems
  • Real-time systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Microelectronics
  • Communications

In addition, you’ll learn to work in teams, communicate technical information and understand the impact of engineering solutions on society.

What You Can Do After Weber

Graduates go on to exciting, well-paying electrical engineering roles in design, analysis, research, development and testing. You will be in high demand for positions with organizations such as:

  • Department of Defense
  • IM Flash Technologies
  • GMRE
  • Orbital ATK Flight Systems
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Kihomac
  • BAE Systems
  • Boeing

You will also be prepared to pursue advanced studies in your field.

Career & Salary Outlook

Recent Weber State electrical engineering graduates have had a 99% job placement rate.

Common careers for electrical engineering graduates in the U.S. and Utah
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Faculty Perspective


One of the most exciting parts of the engineering curriculum at WSU is the hands-on aspect. Nothing is more fun or exciting than seeing students design and build a project. I enjoy seeing the students solve real-world problems by applying their math and physics courses to develop, characterize and verify solutions.

Justin Jackson