Electrical engineers apply the fundamental laws of electrical phenomena to develop and maintain technologies involved in medicine, music, space and oceanic exploration, and smart phones.
The Electrical Engineering program at Louisiana Tech University takes a student-centric approach to teaching. During the educational process, students perform hands-on activities in electronics, microcomputer, optoelectronics, communications, controls, and power laboratories.
The students at Louisiana Tech can choose concentrations in one or more of the following areas: electromagnetics, the design and development of electronic and solid state devices, the control, conversion, and distribution of energy, computing and data processing, and communications including transmission and retrieval.
Over the years, the Electrical Engineering Program at Louisiana Tech has provided a top-quality education founded on a tradition of excellence. The nationally accredited program (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology [EAC-ABET]) is designed to prepare graduates for rewarding careers and professional opportunities.