UT Tyler Department of Electrical Engineering
College of Engineering & Computer Science
The Department of Electrical Engineering at The University of Texas at Tyler offers a student-focused, hands-on approach to undergraduate and graduate engineering education, providing excellent preparation for success in today's high tech world.
Electrical engineers use science, mathematics and technology together with critical thinking and problem-solving skills to analyze, design, construct and maintain products and provide services related to electrical and electronic devices and systems.
With a degree in electrical engineering from UT Tyler, you will be well trained to work in many vital areas, including electrical circuit design, analog and digital electronics, microelectronics, computer engineering, communications, digital signal processing, control systems, power systems and energy conversion.
- The UT Tyler electrical engineering bachelor of science degree provides a strong theoretical foundation, practical engineering skills and experience in communication and teamwork, preparing students to practice as professional engineers and/or to begin graduate studies.
- UT Tyler's electrical engineering master of science degree program offers advanced instruction in two or more areas, including: electronics, power systems, controls, advanced engineering mathematics, signal processing, communications, real-time systems, computer systems, electromagnetics and power electronics.
Electrical engineering students receive individualized instruction from faculty with diverse industrial backgrounds. Each faculty member holds an advanced terminal degree, and most have actively practiced engineering.
UT Tyler electrical engineering programs are accredited by the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission. Please feel free to contact Dr. Mukul Shirvaikar, department chair, for more information.
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Before enrolling in classes in the Department of Electrical Engineering, students must visit with an academic advisor. Read more