Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) is a 5-year degree program which centers on the generation and utilization of electricity for industrial, commercial, and residential purposes. Apart from the production of electricity, BS in Electrical Engineering also deals with the development and real-life applications of electrical circuitry, digital systems, electrical equipments, and machine control.
Its curriculum was designed in a way that it will equip students with a solid grasp of mathematical, scientific, and engineering concepts, through classroom education and laboratory exercises.
The laboratory experience will familiarize students with the different devices and methodical techniques that are essential in the practice of this field. In addition, their theoretical knowledge will further be enhanced, made relevant, and practiced, through the On-the-Job Training period that they are required to go through at the latter part of the degree program.
A graduate of BS in Electrical Engineering who passed the Electrical Engineer Licensure Examination is called an Electrical Engineer. An Electrical Engineers job includes the design of electrical and digital systems, creation of models and prototypes of electronic products and systems, installation and testing of electrical equipments, operation and maintenance of these machines and devices, as well as coming up with economical and safer ways of accomplishing various electrical engineering projects.