Learn how to manipulate electricity in the sky, under the ground and through the airwaves by studying electrical engineering at UND. Whether you wish to focus your studies on computers, aerospace or biomedical, you’ll leave UND with a skill set that’s attractive to potential employers regionally and nationally.
As an electrical engineering major at UND, you'll acquire not only valuable information but also hands-on skills through your coursework. Couple that coursework with an aggressive cooperative education program and you can see why UND grads are sought after by employers in multiple fields! Some course examples are:
- Circuit Analysis
- Electric and Magnetic Fields
- Systems Programming
- Engineering Data Analysis
The Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
From cooperative education to honors societies, the Electrical Engineering program has everything to make your UND experience a success in and out of the laboratory.
Over half of electrical engineering students participate in some type of cooperative education. By taking advantage of these opportunities, you can help prepare yourself for life after college, improve your performance in the classroom and work with industry leaders.
Clubs and Organizations
If you’re interested in joining a student organization, electrical engineering is the perfect place to start. There are a number of active groups on campus, such as:
Electrical engineers from UND are able to boast about job placement. With many graduates going on to top regional and global engineering firms, they’ve got the track record to prove the program is effective. Recent grads have found employment at businesses including:
- Minnkota Power Cooperative
- Emerson Process Management
- Rockwell Collins
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Getting an EE Degree Online
Travis Winter, from Muskegon, Mich., is majoring in EE through UND’s Distance Engineering Degree Program. He says online learning is much like a traditional classroom.