Power Electronics Concentration
A formal option in power electronics is available that involves 15 credit hours of technical electives. See details at the CPES website.
ECE students can select from a wide variety of design and technical electives to develop specializations, obtain a formal concentration in power electronics, or continue a broad sampling of ECE areas.
ECE has a faculty technical advising referral system for students interested in specific specialties. Contact the ECE Advisors for a referral.
Common technical specializations
- antennas and satellites
- artificial intelligence
- biomedical engineering
- computer architecture
- computer hardware design
- computer networks
- computer programming
- computer system administration
- computer vision
- controls and systems
- design automation
- digital signal processing
- embedded systems
- microelectronics & nanotechnology: A formal minor in electronics is available.
- signal processing
- software engineering
- power electronics: A formal concentration in power electronic systems is available to interested undergraduate students.