Design and build electrical systems that are the brains of many modern engineering machines with a degree in Electrical Engineering! Electrical engineering is the largest engineering discipline in the world serving nearly every modern industry. The demand for electrical engineers continues to grow.
Montana Tech offers the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering. Our goal is to prepare graduates for immediately successful engineering careers. Our 84 undergraduate and 6 graduate students enjoy a close relationship with the teaching faculty.
The mission of the Electrical Engineering program at Montana Tech is to provide a quality education that stresses the fundamentals of engineering, mathematics, and science in order to prepare graduates to enter and continue the practice of electrical engineering at the professional level.
At Montana Tech, all of our Electrical Engineering professors are registered professional engineers in the state of Montana. Additionally, each faculty member holds a Ph.D., has significant industrial design experience, and works on research projects that employ students!
Even before graduation, Electrical Engineering students are IN DEMAND! Our students are highly engaged and have close mentoring relationships with faculty members. Almost all undergraduate students:
- accept a summer internship
- participate in the IEEE and/or UAV clubs
- participate in research projects
- have developed new engineering solutions resulting in novel designs, publications, and patents.
AND, almost 100% of our students accept high-paying jobs upon graduation!
I chose Montana Tech because it’s an affordable school with an excellent reputation…. I thought the classes were challenging and the labs interesting. The teachers also did a fantastic job helping the students find internships and full-time employment.
-Chelsea Carter, Electrical Engineering, Butte, MT
Tech gears its courses towards degrees that are relevant in the energy sector, where job placement is superb. Tech grads get good jobs. Tech is also great school when it comes to one-on-one time with professors.
-Paul Pertile, Electrical Engineering, Hazen, ND