The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has consistently ranked electrical engineer near the top of its job list for many years. There are strong demands for electrical engineers in all sectors of the economy, from social media and entertainment, through energy, automotive and aviation, to telecommunication and defense. Almost all organizations require some form of electrical engineering to support their business.
At Clarkson, the classroom is just the beginning of your experience. You may choose to get involved in research, study abroad or decide to take on extracurricular project work or get involved in professional-development activities. Take courses such as :
- Power Systems Engineering
- Software Design for Visual Environments
- Intro to Biometrics
- High-Voltage Techniques and Measurements
- Alternate Energy Systems
Explore Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering at Clarkson University
Clarkson University's Microprocessor Lab
Tracking Indoors with Bluetooth Low Energy
Our professors are also active researchers. Rich research opportunities are available from projects sponsored by agencies such as the National Science Foundation, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and private companies.
Internship and Co-op Opportunities
There are a plenty of internship and co-op opportunities from companies, government offices and other organizations. Clarkson's fall and spring career fairs are very effective in helping our students secure such opportunities.