Unleash your potential with a degree from The Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering (ESE).

We are taking innovation, technology, and scientific excellence to new heights. As a McKelvey engineer in the Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering, you’ll come alongside us as we produce new knowledge to solve national and international challenges that will change the world. 

The Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE) offers students the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles in electrical and systems engineering. This education provides our graduates with a broad range of career opportunities in industry, government, and academia. Currently, we provide four bachelor's degree options, including two professional degree programs accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. For additional information, please visit the pages for Electrical EngineeringSystems Science & Engineering, and Computer Engineering.

Professional Degrees

Applied Science Degrees

Second Major Options

All programs have flexible curricula as well as specific requirements. Students may elect programs of study tailored to individual interests and professional goals.

The Winter Research Symposium serves as a crucial gathering for the ESE community to celebrate ongoing research. It provides an opportunity for student researchers to showcase their work through posters. Matthew Lew, Associate Professor, also provides insight about why you should consider undergraduate research within ESE and why it is important. It offers a unique learning experience outside the traditional classroom setting, allowing students to tackle real-world challenges and innovate.

Concentration Areas

The Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering offers courses across a broad range of topic areas. Suggested example courses within several areas are listed below. To ensure courses fulfill the requirements for your degree or program, consult the Bulletin.

For planning your degree, review the Curriculum Flowchart, which maps degree requirements for our BS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Systems Science and Engineering.

Learn more about our concentration areas