Electrical Engineering

What Do Our Students Love About Electrical Engineering?

Watch our video to learn why each EE student's four year plan looks different, what research is available in electrical engineering, and what EE students do after graduation.

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Faculty and Student Orgs

Hear from Professor Shrikanth Narayanan, who is a professor at the Signal and Image Processing Institute of USC’s Electrical Engineering department and is a professor in Computer Science, Linguistics, Psychology, Neuroscience and Pediatrics.

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Meet Dr. Krishna Nayak,

Specialist in magnetic resonance imaging

“From the same scan, let’s get more and more information.”Dr. Nayak

Meet Our Electrical Engineering Students

Michelle and Shayna discuss their favorite parts of being EE students

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What I love about EE is how it can be applied to any field – really any modern technology is going to need an electrical engineer to help build it! And that means that my professors have all come from a variety of backgrounds, from the medical field to quantum computing.

– Michelle, Class of 2018
My EE classes have been hands on from day one. Whether testing circuits on oscilloscopes, building projects with an Arduino, or designing a custom PCB (printed circuit board), I’ve been able to see the theory from lecture in action.
– Shayna, Class of 2019

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Design teams give students a hands on opportunity to apply the material they learn in the classroom to a real project. By combining and applying students skills, design teams allow students to transform their creative ideas into something great.

Design Teams