Electrical Engineering: Outcomes
The electrical engineering program The University of Scranton is known for educating top electrical engineers—almost all of our seniors secure jobs before graduation, oftentimes with companies where they interned
“Organizations prefer to work with our graduates compared to other schools, because of their ability to interface with clients. They represent a different approach, a different entity; they can communicate, they can write. They’re not afraid to do that.”
Professor Andrew Berger, Ph.D., Chair of Physics/EE Department
Futures in Electrical Engineering
Join the ranks of the best and brightest — our graduating seniors work across a variety of industries in companies known for securing top talent, and many still continue their education while balancing their career. Learn more about where our students go after the University of Scranton
Ourgraduates secure jobs with leading employers, such as Lockheed Martin, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and BAE Systems, just to name a few.
- Our alumni work as in diverse fields from biomedical instrumentation, medicine, semiconductor fabrication, pharmaceutical manufacturing, education, patent law, national defense systems, and national space programs.
- Electrical engineers earn a median wage of $95,230 according to the United States Department of Labor Statistics
- The demand for electrical engineers is at an all-time high! People and organizations depend on electrical gadgets every day, and this technology is only expanding — along with the demand for skilled electrical engineers.
“There were so many resources available as a student and the networking the school and department does was great. It honestly got me where I am today.”
Matthew Collier ’17, Electronics Engineer Tobyhanna Army Depot
No matter where you want to take your career, the electrical engineering program at The University of Scranton can give you a great foundation