The Pitt-Johnstown Electrical Engineering (EE) program, which began in Fall 2015, prepares students to work in areas of production design and manufacture, systems integration, plant operations, field support and engineering sales. Power systems are the hallmark of the program with emphasis on all phases of power generation and distribution.
EE is a broad and challenging field that offers employment and career opportunities ranging from research and product development to engineering sales.
Our alumni have earned masters and doctoral degrees at several well-respected universities. These Pitt-Johnstown alumni then go on to careers in research and development, advanced design, or academe.
The EE curriculum is designed accomplish this preparation. A top-down view of the curriculum reveals three major branches of knowledge - technical, professional, and cultural - which prepare our graduates for successful careers.
Electrical Engineering Enrolled Students/Graduates
Academic Year Enrolled Students Graduates
2018-2019 43 3
2017-2018 22 0
2016-2017 21 0
2015-2016 10 0