You'll build a foundation through math, science, and introductory engineering courses as an electrical engineer. You'll dive into technical electives in your upper-level studies, including applied electromagnetics, circuits, and energy and communications systems, preparing you to design everything from computers to motor vehicles to satellite systems.
You'll take classes in the new, state-of-the-art Carole and Marcus Weinstein Computer Sciences Center. The facility features high-tech classrooms, an AI/Robotics research lab, a makerspace with 3D printers and laser cutters, and esports gaming room.
Central Florida's high-tech corridor is home to more than 4,200 companies, including one of the nation's largest hubs for aviation, aerospace, defense, electro-optical, and simulation industries. There's no shortage of opportunities to gain experience with companies like BAE Systems, L3Harris, and Raytheon Technologies.
Electrical Engineers find employment in engineering services firms, electric power generation companies, semiconductor/component manufacturing firms, and electromedical manufacturing firms. They are also well positioned to pursue advanced degrees.
ECE 3600 Applications and practical design considerations of circuits based on operational amplifiers, diodes, voltage regulators, transistors, and CMOS logic gates. Basic amplifier circuits, differential amplifiers, frequency response, and practical aspects of electronic circuit design.
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