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Electrical Engineering

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Math level below 1050:
Rainie Ingram
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801-626-7785

Math level 1050 and above:
Dr. Christian Hearn
christianhearn@weber.edu
801-626-6371 

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Career Adviser

Kim Ealy

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Current Job Opportunities
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WSU Society of Women Engineers
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

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Description of Degree

Our graduates are prepared for employment in various industrial roles such as design, analysis, research, development and testing. Specifically, you will learn about digital circuits, analog circuits, signal processing, power systems, embedded systems, control systems, real-time systems, electromagnetics, microelectronics and communications

WSU Electrical Engineering class sizes are small, offering more personalized instruction than at a large university.

The faculty who teach Electrical Engineering courses hold advanced degrees in the engineering specialties they teach.

Electrical Engineering Salaries

The salaries for graduates with an electrical engineering degree in the Ogden/Clearfield metro area in 2017 were:

Starting: $73,700
Low: $59,890
High: $137,450

(Source: educatetocareer.org)

 

Where WSU Electrical Engineering graduates are working:

Northrop Grumman
Kihomac
BAE Systems
Hill Air Force
Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems
IM Flash
Boeing
U.S. Department of Defense
L-3 Technologies
L3 Communications
Idaho National Labs
BNA Consulting
TVS Pro
AFSEO Florida
GMRE, Inc
Design Criteria
Biofire Diagnostics
Rocky Mountain Power
Autoliv

NASA
HZ0
Fresenius
Varian Medical Systems
TD Williamson
Dematic
Wasatch Electric
Lockheed
Cheery Point
Bard
Coffman Engineers
Bend Labs
Williams
SanDisk

Employers: 

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Career Advisor: kimberlyealy@weber.edu