Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program

Dr. Theresa Odun-Ayo and two electrical engineering students looking at the results displayed on a device during a lab.

Brighten your potential

As an electrical engineer, you can enhance so many aspects of daily life.

Use energy to meet society’s needs. Provide heat, light, information, technology and more.

The power’s in your hands.

Why major in electrical engineering at Missouri State?

An electrical engineering student receiving the Grainger Power Engineering Award. Standing with him are faculty and staff members.

Connect with employers and pros

We’ll set you up with local engineering companies so you can preview your career options. Most students do internships, co-ops or work part-time while in school.

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Get the best of both schools

Earn your degree from the best engineering school in the state (Missouri S&T) as you enjoy the Missouri State community.

Student participants in the Order of the Engineer ceremony. The ceremony symbolizes a pledge future engineers take before entering their profession.

Enter a strong job market

When you graduate, you’re headed for a well-paid career. Entry-level electrical engineers earn about $70,000 per year; average annual pay is six figures.

Engineering student explaining lab findings to a professor.

Enjoy small class sizes, great facilities

With a low student-to-faculty ratio, you’ll get to know the people who teach you. You can develop your skills in state-of-the-art engineering labs and spaces.

Partners for your success

Missouri State offers engineering in cooperation with Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T).

This means:

  • All your courses are taught on Missouri State’s Springfield campus.
    • Missouri S&T offers the engineering courses.
    • Missouri State offers the non-engineering courses.
  • Missouri S&T grants your engineering degree.

The cooperative engineering programs are open to all Missouri State students.

Become an electrical engineer

Areas you can study

Want to work on devices, circuits, computers or something else?

As an electrical engineering major, you can study a wide range of topics or focus on one area.

Emphasis areas include:

Students studying and researching in an electrical engineering lab.
Careers and outcomes

In today’s connected world, your services will always be needed.