Dunwoody Electrical Engineering Degree

Whether focused on tiny electronic components like microchips or huge steam turbine generators that produce electricity, electrical engineers play an integral role in the technologies that power modern life. Employment options range across many industries, including energy, construction, medical, telecommunications, transportation, and computing.

Dunwoody Electrical Engineering degree combines lab and theory so that the engineering principles you learn are reinforced and experienced through hands-on projects. The Electrical Engineering degree program also places an emphasis on systems engineering, which means you enter the profession with the ability to work with engineers and technicians from many different disciplines.

Learn problem-solving skills, work with teams on real projects, and enhance your communications skills.

Small class sizes give you the chance to work closely with experienced instructors and network with your cohort as you move through the program.

Arts & Sciences courses help you understand the core mathematical and scientific principles that all engineering projects grow out of as well as provide you with the communication and critical thinking skills required to succeed in the profession.

During the final year of your Electrical Engineering degree, you will complete a senior project or internship, further preparing you for your career in electrical engineering. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, the first step in becoming a licensed professional engineer (PE).

Additional Information:

Class topics include:

  • Logic and Digital Design
  • Circuit Fundamentals
  • Signals & Systems Theory
  • Electrodynamics
  • Mechatronics
  • Biomedical Topics

Degree Requirements

To view program requirements, including required courses, electives, course descriptions, and credit hours, visit:

College Catalog: Electrical Engineering

Common Job Titles

Possible job titles upon graduation include:

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer

Student Organizations

Opportunities to get involved outside of the classroom include:

  • SkillsUSA
  • Student Government Association (SGA)

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Controls Engineering Lab

Assemble and program the industrial controls used in discrete manufacturing and advanced process control applications.

  • 24 Allen Bradley L18ERM CompactLogix PLCs
  • 24 Allen Bradley PanelView HMIs
  • 24 Kinetix Motion Controllers
  • 24 Powerflex VFDs
  • 24 Cognex Machine Vision Systems
  • Emerson Process Controls & Instrumentation

Basic Electricity Lab

Complete projects that help you learn the fundamentals of electricity, including how to analyze, design, build, and test series, parallel and combination AC and DC circuits.

  • 12 Digital Oscilloscopes
  • 12 DC power supplies and AC function generators
  • 12 Elenco circuit prototyping stations
  • 12 NIDA 130E Microprocessor trainers
  • 1 LPKF S62 PCB Mill

Engineering, Materials, Mechanics & Metrology Lab

Open to all manufacturing and engineering students (and those with training on the equipment), this lab brings together equipment for additive manufacturing, material testing, measurement, and CNC simulation.

  • Two Stratasys Fortus 250 3D Printers
  • One Stratasys F370 3D Printer
  • One Fortus 400 3D Printer
  • Two MakerBot 3D Printers
  • Two Zeiss Duramax Coordinate Measurement Machines
  • Two MTS Criterion Tensile/Shear/Compression Testers
  • 7 Haas CNC Controller Simulators
  • One Zeiss Stemi 305 Microscope