Cost per credit: $295
With the ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering online (BSEE) , you can earn your degree in electrical engineering while working full-time.
If you're the type of person who likes to know how things work, engineering might be right for you. Electrical engineering is a field with almost limitless career opportunities, working on things that require power to operate, from electricity, to batteries, and solar. The types of industries you could work in range from nanodevices to spacecraft. Electrical engineers design and test prototypes, evaluate and improve systems, and nearly every industry has a place for an electrical engineer, including government, transportation, communications, technology, and utilities.
Electrical engineers seek to understand the application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism in any multitude of devices, and with the pace of constant technological innovation, electrical engineers will remain in demand. To progress in this rapidly changing field, engineers must remain abreast of current trends and with the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Program, an ABET accredited program offered by Stony Brook University, you will gain the knowledge and skills needed in this fast-paced, high-growth career field.
The BSEE Program is a degree-completion program that offers upper-division, undergraduate courses that allow working adults to complete a bachelor’s degree totally online, including the laboratory component. There is no need to come to campus to complete the requirements. The program is flexible in allowing students to pursue the degree either as a part-time student taking one or two courses per semester or as a full-time student. Incoming students typically have two years (approximately 60 credits) of college completed, including math, physics, engineering, and general education courses. Courses are taught by renowned faculty at Stony Brook University, University at Buffalo, and Binghamton University and provides opportunities for students to learn from some of the top engineering researchers in the world.