Pitt | Swanson Engineering

Electrical Program

Electrical engineers learn to design devices and systems used in applications including communications, power generation and distribution, computers, sensing and measurement,and automatic control. EE courses cover Digital Logic, Linear Systems and Circuits, Electronic Circuits, Semiconductor Device Theory, Signals and Systems Analysis, and Electromagnetics. Several lab courses provide hands-on experience with the design, manufacture and operation of electronic and photonic devices and complex electrical systems. Employment opportunities include research and development, system design, testing, manufacturing, and sales, while others continue to graduate studies.


Undergraduate Program



Graduate Program