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*This is a new program; The first graduating class will be in May of 2022.
Experience Electrical Engineering at Dunwoody
Ready to enter the field of engineering as an electrical engineer? From wireless communication to electrical power, electrical engineers play an integral role in a variety of industries, including energy, construction, medical, telecommunications, transportation, and computing.
Dunwoody’s Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering merges a traditional engineering degree with project-based, hands-on applied learning. Because electrical engineers tend to work with engineers and technicians from many different disciplines, the program also places an emphasis on systems engineering.
Your class will include:
• Logic and Digital Design
• Circuit Fundamentals
• Signals & Systems Theory
• Biomedical Topics
Professional communication, problem solving skills, and teamwork will be emphasized throughout all courses.
During your final year, you will complete a senior project or internship, further preparing you for your career in electrical engineering.
Graduates are prepared to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, should they choose to become a licensed professional engineer (PE).
- Nicholas Bohl, Senior Instructor, Dunwoody College of Technology
- Abdelnour Ghassan, Sr. Engineering Director – Advanced Recording System Platform, Seagate Technology
- Tim Grebner, Engineering Faculty & Program Director, Century College
- Dick Hedger, Principle, Quality Software Technologies, Inc.
- Aaron Hillstead, Associate; Sr. Electrical Designer, HGA Architects and Engineers
- Richard (Dick) Juelich, Dunwoody College of Technology Board of Trustee; Retired V-P of Lifting and Handling Solutions, National Oilwell Varco
- Amber Malone, Platform Manager – Advanced Programs, Polaris Industries Inc.
- Michael O’Rourke, Senior Design Phase Manager – Technology, Mortenson Construction
- Carla Pogliano, Vice Provost for Program Development and Compliance, Dunwoody College of Technology
- John Ramthun, Senior Engineering Director, 3M
- Bridget Reynolds, Dean of Construction Sciences & Building Technology, Dunwoody College of Technology
- Joseph Senkyr, Engineer, Xcel Energy
- Jennifer Wright, Director of Engineering, General Mills
- Steven Yates, Director; Project Management, Boston Scientific
- Jeffrey M. Ylinen, Provost, Dunwoody College of Technology
- Taylor Zwick, Sales Engineer, Siemens Industry
Graduates earn a Bachelor of Science degree. The program takes four years (eight semesters) to complete. Classes within this program are offered during the day.
Common Job Titles
Possible job titles upon graduation include: