Electrical Engineering & Physics
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Students in Wilkes' Applied and Engineering Sciences major have an ideal opportunity to pursue individual interests that cut across disciplinary boundaries. Examples can range from medicine to materials science to broadcast communications. Other well-suited areas of interest include nanotechnology, theater design, sound recording, patent law, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship, technical writing and simulation, to mention just a few.
Our engineering faculty are active teachers who work closely
with students in classrooms and laboratories; labs are not taught by graduate student teaching assistants. As part of Engineering and Physics program, you will graduate with confidence in your ability to understand and solve problems because we will help you develop a mental discipline for critical thinking.
Wilkes Applied & Engineering Sciences graduates have been successfully placed
in numerous regional, national, and multi-national industries. When you go out into the world, you will look for the next problem to solve. Wilkes graduates who do that well are highly valued by their employers.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET. (www.abet.org)