Why Washington State University for a 4-Year Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Degree with Power Emphasis?
- The Electrical Engineering Power Program has a long history at Washington State University – we have a track record of success and demonstrated tradition to update as technology and industry evolve.
- Fundamental Power Engineering Concepts are emphasized through multiple core curriculum courses.
- Advanced Power Engineering Topics are covered through an extensive set of elective courses such as protection, renewables, power electronics, distribution systems and cybersecurity by leading power engineering faculty experts.
- Diversity is an integral focus that is valued and promoted by WSU and ESIC.
- Laboratory Hands-On Learning includes the Avista Energy Conversion Lab funded by support from Avista, the PSE Renewable Energy Lab established through funding from Puget Sound Energy, and the Protection Lab that was set up with donations from SEL Inc.
- Senior Design Projects are often supported by ESIC Power Education Partners (industry partners throughout the State)
- Everett and Bremerton WSU EE power track degree completion programs provide region-wide education and career opportunities.Transfer students can complete their EE power focus degree in Pullman, Everett, or Bremerton. Follow the links for information on each location.
- Note: Everett and Bremerton programs require that a specific set of prerequisites are completed before starting their degree completion programs (they do not offer the first two years of coursework at their locations). In Pullman, transfer and continue from where you are in the process of completing coursework.