B.S. in Electrical Engineering
The Electrical Engineering program at Tarleton State University evolved from the Engineering Physics degree, and includes a variety of both Electrical and Computer Engineering topics such as:
- Computer Architecture
- Signal Processing
- Control Systems
Graduates of this program will possess the knowledge and skills they need in order to design innovative solutions that can impact the future of technology.
Designed With You in Mind
Preparing you for your future is our number one priority. You will engage in hands-on application of a wide range of engineering, math, and science concepts to create innovative, real-world solutions. Our facilities and equipment are comparable to that of large institutions, providing you with access to standard industry tools and undergraduate research opportunities. Our institution is dedicated to student success, and as such, provide a variety of academic service including both faculty and peer-mentoring, supplemental instruction, math/science clinics, and tutoring.
Impact the World of Tomorrow
In today’s world of rapid change, innovations and advancements are continuously needed to strengthen the quality of life by making it safer, more enjoyable, and more productive. An Electrical Engineering degree will open doors to exciting careers as an engineer in a variety of industries, such as:
- Electrical/Computer Systems
This degree can also lead to graduate programs in both Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as related fields including Mathematics and Physics.
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
- The Electrical Engineering (ELEN) program at Tarleton State University is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. View ABET status and information.
Not what you were looking for? Tarleton State University offers over 100 different degrees and certifications that may be of interest to you, including:
120 credit hours (4 years)
- Engineering & Computer Science
- Some online courses are offered
Graduates with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering will have the opportunity to work in the following industries:
And much more!
Our graduates have gone on to work in places such as:
Luminant (Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant)
Past graduates have gone to complete Masters and Doctoral programs at institutions such as:
University of North Texas
And a variety of other schools!
Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:
And much more!
|ENGR||2425||Electrical Circuit Theory|
|ELEN||3332||Electromagnetic Field Theory|
|ELEN||4336||Solid State Physics|
|ELEN||4441||Microprocessor System Design|
|ELEN||4443||Linear Control System Design|
|COSC||3344||Computer Applications in Analysis|
For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.
This is a club that allows students to gain hands-on experience, as well as make friends with like-minded individuals, all while learning. The meetings for this organization are held in the Hydrology Building room 115.
Home to Tarleton’s School of Engineering, the $54 million facility in Stephenville is the university’s hub for education, research, and innovation in engineering, engineering technology, computer science, and construction science. It also brings together programs formerly scattered across the Stephenville campus.
The hallways build community by providing study areas, collaboration stations, open-access computers, and plenty of whiteboards available to students.
This lab is home to several undergraduate research initiative including:
Control Systems development for Autonomous Systems
Artificial Intelligence Applications in mobile robotics
Dynamics System Modeling using Matlab and LabView