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Electrical Engineering: The Future is What We Do

You may think that electrical engineering is magic – and it kind of is. We are the masters of power and energy and light and systems that can turn science fiction into living, breathing science. We are the force that connects people and technologies with elegant devices that fit in the palm of your hand and colossal systems that are beyond imagination. 

Want to make a difference in a fulfilling career, while earning a high paying salary? For more than a decade, electrical engineering has ranked among the top majors in demand across a broad range of industries

Top 10 Major in Demand
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Specialize with a Concentration

Interested in diving deeper into your favorite topics? 
You have the option to complement your electrical engineering degree program with an area of specialization.


The design, construction, and science behind aircraft and spacecraft.

Biomedical Engineering

Fighting disease, improving human health

Lasers and Optics

Harnessing light and its energy to create high-tech solutions

Drive what's next in technology.

The smarts inside your smart home. The radars and satellites that measure weather and climate. The sensing technologies that tell a self-driving car to watch for obstacles. The imaging tools that help physicians peer inside the human body. Electrical engineering makes it all possible. With a degree in EE, you will have the skills and knowledge to drive innovation in virtually any field. 

Career Outlook

Range of Electrical Engineering Industry Sectors

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The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University is built on innovation, creativity, and impact.