Electrical engineering is a fast-changing and diverse discipline concerned with the analysis, design, and manufacture of a huge variety of devices, systems, and processes involving electricity. It deals with the transfer of electrical energy and information.
Electrical Engineering at Memorial
Electrical Engineering program at Memorial includes a mandatory, integrated co-operative education program in which students gain up to two years of practical work experience. Students take courses in hardware, electromagnetics, power systems, electric machines, communications, computer programming and control systems. Students participate in design projects throughout the program, including a team capstone design project in their final year that may span electrical and computer engineering and involve students from both majors.
- Electrical systems design engineer
- Communications engineer
- Electrical systems planning engineer
- Control system designers
Note: some of these careers may call for supplementary education or preparation in the form of graduate studies, experiential learning or professional courses and exams.