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San Diego State University
Electrical Engineering B.S.

The curriculum for electrical engineering students is both interesting and challenging. Courses the first year include calculus, physics and chemistry. During the second and third year at SDSU, electrical engineering students are exposed to specific courses in the major. Upper division classes allow students to put theory into practice. Courses such as analog and digital circuit design, electronic materials, power systems, and electromagnetics will immerse students into the electrical engineering field. Each student will select from technical electives such as VLSI design (i.e., designing microchips), biomedical instrumentation, microwave transmission, communication systems, digital signal processing, microprocessors, multi-media programming, power systems design and analysis, optical electronics and computer networks. In fact, among the four engineering departments, The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers the most flexibility with regard to elective courses.

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