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Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers design, produce, and operate devices and systems that use electric and electromagnetic energy for sensing, processing, visualization and use of information. Electrical Engineering has grown from its roots in power systems to branches in communications systems, automatic controls, computer hardware, signal processing, semiconductor physics, electronic circuit synthesis, optics, consumer electronics, wireless communications, digital video, integration of computers, communications and sensors, robotics and intelligent control.

Careers in Electrical Engineering!

Career options include:

  • • Electrical Engineer
  • • Education/Teaching
  • • Amusement Park Engineer
  • • Bioengineer


The Associate of Science (A.S.) Track 2 degree program prepares students for transfer to Electrical Engineering programs at four-year colleges and universities and will give students basic skills needed by all engineers. The curriculum includes a design component consistent with the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accreditation standards. Credits earned with the AS degree at South Seattle College can be applied toward the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree in engineering.

Degree Information

Students interested in this branch of Engineering should complete the Associate of Science Degree Track 2.

Associate of Science - Track 2 Degree

Engineering Faculty

Please visit SSC's Engineering website for more information.

Learn more about our faculty and how to contact them on the faculty page.