Undergraduate
Electrical Engineering

Students build circuits on breadboards in the electrical engineering lab

Your intellectual curiosity has led you to be interested in electronic systems and machines. You enjoy deconstructing electronics, analyzing how they function, and even building some yourself.

An innovator, you can see yourself being a part of the fast-paced electrical engineering field and making your own contributions.

With a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Embry-Riddle, you will be prepared to enter your career equipped to make a difference.

You may design and test systems for electric vehicles, ensure that unmanned aerial systems operate optimally in the national airspace system, for example. You may work on a project to design and implement communications systems for aircraft and spacecraft. The possibilities are truly endless as technologies are always developing that offer new opportunities.

DEGREE
DETAILS
Prescott Campus

Prescott, AZ, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Our Prescott Campus is home to the state-of-the-art King Engineering and Technology Center and a student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers that has been recognized as the Outstanding IEEE Chapter in its region.

Master’s

Ph.D.

Daytona Beach Campus

Daytona Beach, FL, Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Students at our Daytona Beach Campus work in teams to create projects for the Florida University Satellite (FUNSAT) competition, as well as many other hands-on design experience opportunities that begin as soon as the first year.

  • Accelerated degrees available: BSEE with Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering, Master of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering, or Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Master’s

Ph.D.

Worldwide Campus

Worldwide Campus

Associate

Bachelor’s

Master’s

Ph.D.


Are you looking for a graduate degree in this field?

ERAU
ADVANTAGE

At ERAU, right from the start of your education you’ll have hands-on design and assembly opportunities. During your first year, you’ll work with a team to build an autonomous robot that competes against other robotic systems to complete a defined task.

Throughout your Electrical Engineering studies, you will be educated in the discipline’s theory and receive practical hands-on experience, culminating with the highly regarded senior capstone course that follows the development cycle of an actual engineering project.

ERAU faculty who are leading experts in avionics and systems engineering will immerse you in real-world scenarios and empower you to think as an engineer. In each class, you will benefit from their firsthand experience.

You may take advantage of the opportunity to join professional associations such as the student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Amateur Radio Club, and the Satellite Development Club.

Electrical Engineering

CAREERS

Demand for electrical engineers is rising, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an increase in opportunities through 2018. In the aerospace world, where many ERAU graduates seek positions, electrical engineers remain an integral part of the engineering teams working on aerospace projects.

Electrical Engineering graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions:

SPOTLIGHTS