The South Dakota Board of Regents has recently begun to report on institution reviews conducted on all SDBOR Institutions.
The B.S. program in Electrical Engineering has been given high accolades, with 5 outstanding strengths cited.
For details, read the one-page BOR summary report.
SDSU's Electrical Engineering (EE) program began in 1899 and has been on the leading edge of EE innovation ever since. Offering education at three degree levels, our Electrical Engineering program is truly a regional leader. In August 2015, the EE program was re-accredited.
What is Electrical Engineering?
The Electrical Engineering discipline is concerned with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Electrical engineers are at the forefront of the newest technologies that impact our society. They play key roles in solving technical problems in many areas including
computers and digital hardware
electrical and alternative power
electronic materials and sensor devices
signal and image processing
Electrical engineers work everywhere in South Dakota, throughout the U.S., and internationally. Electrical engineers enjoy exciting careers in research, design and development, manufacturing, sales, and corporate management. SDSU's EE graduates are in great demand and are rewarded with high starting salaries.
The B.S. program in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.