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School of Engineering and Computational Sciences - Electrical Engineering

An Electrical Engineer applies the principles of electricity, magnetism, and light to design and build products that benefit people. The field of Electrical Engineering is extremely broad with electrical engineers involved in the design of communication networks, digital systems, biometrics, integrated circuits, electronics, space vehicles, robots, power supply systems and much more. Innovation such as satellite communications, cell phones, XM radio, fiber optic networks, radar systems, high-speed microprocessors and neural networks all fall within the domain of the electrical engineer.

At Liberty University, the Electrical Engineering program will provide an overview of the foundational principles of Electrical Engineering in a Christian worldview while focusing on the discipline areas of Electromagnetic and Electronic Circuits.

Here are a few outside resources that may help further your research in the field of Electrical Engineering:

Professional Science Masters
Sloan Foundation Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
National Society of Professional Engineers
Careers in Science and Engineering
USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Employment
Discover Engineering
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Career Choices for Chemical Engineers
Biomedical Engineering Society
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Engineering by IEEE Spectrum
Society for Materials Engineering International
The Materials Science & Engineering Career Resource Center
American Nuclear Society
The Institute of Industrial Engineers
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
Society of Women Engineers
Engineers from the Occupational Outlook Handbook
Engineering Managers from the Occupational Outlook Handbook
Computer Software Engineers from the Occupational Outlook Handbook
Materials Scientists from the Occupational Outlook Handbook