Electrical Engineering

​Innovate, create, connect and make a difference.

Electrical engineering has revolutionized the way we live — from computing and communication technology to mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT), from power distribution to sustainable energy, from robotics to intelligent systems, and from optical electronics to medical imaging.

Are you ready to join the revolution? Your dual BS/BA degree will empower your career. In electrical engineering at USD, you will:

  • develop the skill set necessary to practice as a communications, control, computer, power, electronics or biomedical engineer
  • collaborate with student-centric faculty
  • solve real world problems in dynamic entrepreneurial teams
  • use high tech equipment and software and gain hands-on experience
  • innovate, create and connect

Program Snapshot

  • BS/BA Dual Degree
  • ABET Accredited
  • 147 Units (hours)

Become an electrical engineer.

Our career professionals, advisors and faculty are here to help you navigate and access the multitude of resources you'll need to thrive academically. They'll help you map out the right path for you, from your first year through graduation — and beyond.

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See requirements to complete the EE program.

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Where your designs come to life.

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See what you can do with a electrical engineering degree.

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Craft a personalized career path.

Get to Know Your Professors

Casual Conversations with EE faculty

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For Ernest Kim, PhD, teaching gives him the opportunity to connect directly with students.
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Kathleen Kramer, PhD serves as navigator to help students make good choices.