Department ofElectrical Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering

From nanobots to the national grid, electrical engineers create the systems that power our world.

The field of electrical engineering is vast. It covers the design, construction, and operation of every kind of electrical component, circuit, and system. It's integral to modern life and necessary if we are to build a more sustainable world. Where better to become an electrical engineer than in the heart of Silicon Valley?

At Santa Clara, you will study with distinguished faculty members who bring industry challenges to their classrooms and research. They've developed a curriculum that is both practical and innovative, and takes care to address ethical and societal impacts.

You will get hands-on experience in facilities like the Nanoelectronics, Intelligent Control, and Electron Device Laboratories as well as through our co-op program, internship opportunities, and independent projects.

Our Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees all offer specializations, and our graduate certificate programs provide a quick way to become skilled in a specific area.

SCU EE graduates are highly sought-after for their technical knowledge and leadership skills here in the Valley and beyond.


ELEN 200 Electrical Engineering Seminar on Feb 26, 2019

Topic: Understanding Adverse Conditions of Pregnancy via Statistical Learning
New Course Offering Spring'19
Introduction to Machine Learning  -  ELEN 520
Topics in Advanced Computer Architecture  - ELEN 519

Contact Us

Chair: Shoba Krishnan
Administrative Assistant: Maxine Baulknight

Electrical Engineering
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95020

Heafey-Bergin, Bldg. 202