A concentration in electrical engineering requires advanced lab work and hands-on experience in the use of electronic and electrical devices including transformers, motors, generators, as well as discrete active and passive components, test equipment and instrumentation.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Grove City College prepares students for graduate work and employment in research, design and development, management, sales, manufacturing and education, as well as top graduate and professional programs.
The vast majority of students studying electrical and computer engineering at Grove City College participate in at least one and often several internships before they graduate.
Take an in-depth look at recent Grove City College student and faculty scholarly work in the Hopeman School of Science, Engineering and Mathematics.
Students conduct supervised research during their sophomore, junior or senior years and have access to laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment and computer workstations.
Students take a series of courses that offer in-depth study of advanced C++ programming, operating systems, microprocessors, software engineering and computer architecture.