Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers and computer engineers design and develop anything and everything that uses electricity: from the power systems that bring electricity to our homes and communication systems that allow us to keep in touch with family and friends, to the electronic devices, electrical appliances, computers, sensors, and medical equipment that shape our everyday lives. Typical careers may find computer engineers collaborating with medical doctors to model and simulate complex systems, embedding computers in advanced communications and transportation networks, and interacting with other engineers and professionals in the design of new kinds of computational devices. Many computer engineering graduates work as scientists, inventing new kinds of electronic technology, programming new kinds of instruments, and developing new devices to help people.
Flyers and Forms
- ECE courses
- UW-Madison Course Guide
- Research and Independent Study Authorization
- Over Capacity Enrollment Authorization Form
- Undergraduate EE Advanced Elective & Lab Approval Form
ABET Accreditation, Educational Objectives, Student Outcomes, and Data
You can find ECE’s accreditation, educational objectives, and student outcomes, as well as enrollment and degree data information on our Accreditation page.
Grainger Power Engineering Scholarships and Fellowships
The Grainger Foundation has established a major award program for UW-Madison undergraduate and graduate students who are citizens and legal permanent residents of USA to recognize their scholarly achievement in the field of electric power engineering. Learn more about this program and past recipients of this award.