Many of our courses have integral or associated laboratories in which you can gain direct experience with electrical engineering principles and instrumentation. You’ll have ready access to the teaching laboratory facilities and are encouraged to use them during non-scheduled hours in addition to the regularly scheduled laboratory sessions.
You also can apply your drive and education by taking part in the wide spectrum of research projects being conducted in our department.
Alternate your studies with work in industry or government as a co-op student, which involves paid full-time employment over seven months (one semester and one summer). Starting in your third year, you can work in one or two co-ops.
In this program, you will gain valuable experience in the field by completing a significant engineering project while receiving professional mentoring. During a co-op placement, you do not pay tuition but maintain your full-time student status while earning a salary.
Learn more about our Co-op Program at engineering.case.edu/coop.
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Electrical Engineering is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.