With a world increasingly dependent on technology, electrical engineers are in high demand. At The Catholic University of America, you will study not only the power of engineering to drive technological advances, but also its potential to improve the lives of those around you.

Electrical engineers are creative individuals who apply scientific principles to solve real-world problems. At The Catholic University of America, your study of scientific principles will be complemented by courses in the liberal arts, providing you with a well-rounded education.

When you graduate from the program, you will have strong critical thinking skills and an enthusiasm for life-long learning, two keys to success in an exciting and constantly changing field. Catholic University's rigorous engineering program will prepare you well to enter the engineering field or go on to further study in engineering, law, or medicine.


Engineering Exploratory

The School of Engineering offers eight different majors and concentrations. If you are interested in Engineering but aren't sure that Electrical Engineering is the right major for you, you can begin your studies as an Engineering Exploratory student. Exploratory students take math and science courses that serve as a foundation for the different specializations available in the Engineering field. These classes also fulfill requirements for various majors in the School of Engineering.