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Electrical Engineering

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The BSE Electrical Engineering curriculum at McNeese provides a practice-oriented training environment for students to develop academic knowledge and practical skills needed for entering into the professional and industrial job markets.  See the academic catalog for admission and degree requirements.

Undergraduate Concentrations


Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering concentration is designed to educate students on core engineering, mathematics and applied science fields with an emphasis on electromechanical devices, modern electrical power generation, control, protection and distribution of electrical energy. Students are prepared for employment opportunities in industries associated with electrical utilities, instrumentation, power systems and related to electrical engineering services.
Electrical Engineering, BS Curriculum

Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering

The computer engineering concentration is designed to educate students on core engineering, mathematics and applied science fields with an emphasis on computer hardware, software development, Internet of Things (IoT) and computer networking topics. Students are prepared for employment opportunities in computing-related engineering and technical services as it relates to computer software and hardware as well as digital system design and applications.
Computer Engineering, BS Curriculum

Electrical Engineering Minors

Electrical Engineering, Minor
Computer Engineering, Minor
Power Engineering, Minor
Instrumentation Engineering, Minor


Electrical Engineering Contact

Dr. Matthew Aghili – Department Head
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Email: eecs@mcneese.edu
Tel: (337) 475-5854