Electrical Engineering Program

EEYou may have seen an article in the Captain’s Log detailing our new Electrical Engineering program. And if you haven’t seen it, guess what! We have a new Electrical Engineering program! Starting in 2016, CNU will offer classes for the new EE major.

A degree in Electrical Engineering from CNU will provide you with:

  • Laboratory experience – both in our own lab facilities and those of high-tech Hampton Roads companies.
  • A study of traditional electrical engineering areas: circuits, electronics, digital systems, control and communication
  • Specialization in either digital systems, control and instrumentation, or communication and signal processing
  • Effective oral and written communication skills

“Electrical Engineering is a perfect fit for our department as it nicely complements our existing programs. With the department’s program lineup now including Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems and Information Science, students with a general interest in our area can now come to CNU, explore the various options, and then pick exactly the major that they like best. I think with this addition of Electrical Engineering CNU has become one of the best places to study engineering and applied sciences in Virginia and beyond.” — Dr. Anton Riedl, Department Chair

Look out for future Pizza My Mind sessions that will spotlight companies offering internships and other opportunities to grow in the Electrical Engineering field. If you have any questions about the program or the requirements for the major, come talk to Dr. Riedl!


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