Electrical Engineering (Bachelor of Science)
Electrical and electronic components, devices and equipment are integrated into a wide range of products and technologies, from biomedical systems to the smart power grid, and electrical engineers make that happen. Students in Wentworth’s Electrical Engineering program study, model, analyze and design the systems that society relies on. Through our hands-on approach, students gain the theoretical foundation, problem-solving skills and laboratory exposure to successfully design, build and test their projects.
Equipping You to Solve Real Problems
The Electrical Engineering program integrates engineering design throughout the curriculum and makes extensive use of computers, control devices, equipment and systems to simulate and solve real engineering problems.
Students will take courses in circuit theory, solid state devices, analog and digital circuits and systems, feedback and controls, motors, power distribution systems, signal processing and communication systems. You'll also spend plenty of time inside the labs so you can get hands-on with the equipment you'll need.
Make an Impact in Your Career
Our graduates leave ready for professional careers in fields such as analog and digital systems, acoustics, biomedical devices, computers, electric vehicle supplies, robotics, communication and control systems, sources of alternative energy, power distribution, smart grids, healthcare related industries, hospitals, and academic and government research laboratories.
Co-op Experience with Top Employers
Through Wentworth’s strong network of employers, including many alumni, Electrical Engineering students get professional experience during their two required cooperative work semesters. Partners hiring our co-op students include AVTECH Software, Dell, Eversource, General Dynamics Mission Systems, the Naval Undersea Warfare Center - Newport, Raytheon, RISE Robotics and Teradyne.
The Wentworth Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
For program objectives, outcomes and enrollment and degree data, please visit the Electrical Engineering Accreditation Information page.