Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX
The Nanotechnology Research and Teaching Facility and the Automation and Robotics Research Institute allow Electrical Engineering (EE) students to develop practical knowledge and explore innovative technologies.

About the Program

The undergraduate program in electrical engineering emphasizes fundamental concepts with functional understanding to prepare the engineering graduate for a lifelong, professional career. That is, the curriculum is designed not only to teach the fundamental concepts but also to convey the importance of applying these same ideas to different types of engineering and non-engineering problems.

The curriculum also includes studies in thermal engineering, mechanics, computer programming, economics, and oral and written communications.

For more information, contact ee_ug_advising@uta.edu


  • Bachelor of Science
Program: Electrical Engineering
Length of Program: 4 Years

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Contact Information

University of Texas at Arlington - Department of Electrical Engineering
416 Yates Street
Nedderman Hall Room 517-518
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: 817-272-2671