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Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department!

The field of electrical engineering covers the design, construction, testing, and operation of electrical components, circuits, and systems. Electrical engineers work with information representation and transmission; advancing integrated circuit design for digital, analog, and mixed systems; new devices and architectures; energy systems and renewable energy; nanotechnology; and all the areas of information, circuits, and systems that have traditionally supported these efforts. This includes all phases of the digital or analog transmission of information, such as in mobile communications and networks, radio, television, telephone systems, fiber optics, and satellite communcations, as well as control and robotics, electric power, information processing, and storage.

 

Electrical Engineering Recent News


  • iconSpring 2014 Highlighted UG Courses

    ELEN 183 - Power Systems Analysis
    Analysis, design, and optimization of power systems for traditional and renewable power generation. Prerequisite: ELEN 100 or Physics 112 (4 units)

    ELEN 20 - Emerging Areas in Electrical Engineering
    Introduction to several important new frontiers in electrical engineering selected from: renewal energy sources and conversion to electricity, energy storage devices and systems, nanoscale science and technology, power electronics, high-speed electronics, and ubiquitous wireless and video communications. Course includes laboratory experience and visits to research and production facilities in Silicon Valley companies. (3 units)

  • iconWinter 2014 Graduate Engineering Seminar Series

    Thursdays, 4:10 –5:00 P.M. Room EC 105, Bannan Engineering

    For more information on speakers please visit our webpage:

     http://www.ee.scu.edu/classes/2014winter/elen200/

  • iconWinter 2014 Highlighted UG Courses

    ELEN 182 - Energy Systems Design
    Introduction to alternative energy systems with emphasis on those utilizing solar technologies; system analysis including resources, extraction, conversion, efficiency, and end-use; project will design power system for a house off or on grid making best use of renewable energy; system design will include power needs, generation options, storage, back-up power. Prerequisite: ELEN 50 (4 units)
  • iconWelcome New & Returning Graduate Students

 
Contact Us
Electrical Engineering Department

408-554-5313 (phone)
408-554-5474 (fax)
Bannan Engineering
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053
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Announcements
TA Applications - apply Spring 2014
Spring 2014 Highlighted Courses
-ELEN 183: Power Systems Analysis
Electrical Engineering Department

408-554-5313 (phone)
408-554-5474 (fax)
Bannan Engineering
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053
Campus Map
 

Message from the Chair

 

 

Attention Graduating Seniors,

All electrical engineering students planning to graduate in June 2014 should plan to meet with their academic advisors beforeFebruary 19th to go over the senior checklist. 

Petitions to Graduate are due to the Registrar no later than February 21, 2014.

Students with questions about the commencement ceremony should contact the Events Planning Office, 554-6911, 214 Benson Center or visit the Commencement web page.

 

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