Electrical Engineering Overview
Electrical engineers work on products that are powered by or produce electricity. Focus areas include communications, digital signal processing, electromagnetics, power and control systems. Electrical engineers design and create devices and technologies in areas such as signal processing, renewable power, biomedical sensing, computer architecture, microwave engineering and antenna design, that impact all facets of modern life.
UCF’s electrical and computer engineering programs share a common set of engineering core courses, such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, statistics, linear circuits, electronics. UCF also offers an accelerated BS to MS.
Track Option Course Requirements
Communications and Signal Track
RF and Microwave Processing Track
For complete information on the degree program, see the UCF Undergraduate Catalog.
For more information on Electrical Engineering Track Options, visit the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Website.