B.S. in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Residential Electrical Engineering Degree
Challenge yourself with a degree that gives you the skills you’ll need for a successful career in Electrical Engineering.
Gain both critical and systematic thinking capabilities through the B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Liberty University. Here, you’ll not only learn how to build physical, working devices and systems, but also how to design complex systems through an abstraction and system approach.
At Liberty, experienced Christian professors use an interactive approach in teaching students through small class settings. Our primary goal is to develop Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills necessary to positively influence electrical engineering related industries.
Products and services provided through electrical engineering have had a profound impact on our society – from electrical power systems to computers and communication systems such as the internet and smartphones. As our society moves towards closer integration between the cyber and physical realms, electrical engineers will help to improve the quality of life through the design and building of systems and infrastructure.
Academics: B.S. in Electrical Engineering
133 credit hours
Program of Study (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- AC Circuit Analysis (ENGE 212)
- Digital Signal Processing (ENGE 312)
- Electromagnetic Fields (ENGE 331)
- Communication Systems (ENGE 341)
- Advanced Electronics (ENGE 421)
Career Opportunities as an Electrical Engineer
- Specialize in communications systems, signal processing, analog circuit design, and more
- Work in government agencies such as USPTO (US Patent and Trademark Office), FCC (Federal Communication Bureaus), and more
- Work in national research agencies or labs such as NASA and DoE labs, or DoD labs such as ONR (Office of Naval Research)
- Work in developing countries as a member of a missionary organization
- Develop wind, solar, and existing thermal and nuclear energy systems
- Design controls and communications systems to help doctors perform surgery with smarter robots
- Enhance image processing and make better instruments to help diagnose and treat diseases
- Develop nanotechnologies to help scientists study microorganisms
Where Students Have Interned
- Rockwell Collins
- NIH (National Institutes of Health)
Where Alumni Have Worked
- Northrop Grumann
- Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
- Proctor & Gamble
- Newport News Shipbuilding – designer and builder of U.S. aircraft carrier
- Ph.D. student as a graduate research assistant with full scholarship at the University of Virginia