Electrical Engineering - Engineering, A.S.

Begin your engineering journey with our Electrical Engineering program. Establish a solid foundation for a rewarding career.

About the Program

  • The Electrical Engineering (EE) program covers the initial two years of engineering studies at a four-year college.
  • It forms the basis for becoming a successful engineer and excelling in the Electrical Engineering professional program.
  • Electrical engineers engage in various tasks like software design, improving cell phones, and creating electrical power system testing equipment for homes.
  • In addition to introductory classes, you'll study fundamental engineering sciences, physics, math, and chemistry.

Program Details

Discover our Electrical Engineering program where you'll gain essential skills in physics, math, and engineering sciences. Start your engineering adventure today.

After successfully completing this program, you will have the ability to:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  • Conduct experiments.
  • Design a system or process within constraints.
  • Function in diverse teams.
  • Solve engineering problems.
  • Exhibit professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Communicate electrical engineering concepts.
  • Identify the global impact of engineering solutions.

Explore the program requirements to become an Electrical Engineer. For detailed info, check the catalog.

Degree Requirements

Explore a semester-by-semester course plan of study and find information on transferring this degree to other colleges and universities on the Program Map. For a detailed roadmap, refer to the catalog.

Program Map

Two student clubs are available to support Electrical Engineering students: the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) and the TCC Amateur Radio Club

For more information, please contact the organization advisor, Thomas Henderson, in the School of Engineering and Applied Technology at the Northeast Campus.

Clubs & Organizations

Program Contact

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Careers in Electrical Engineering

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Seamless Transfer: Your Next Chapter Awaits

TCC is your launchpad to success. Our program ensures a smooth transition from TCC to your chosen university, helping you save on costs while pursuing quality education. Get ready to transfer your TCC credits and step confidently into your bright future.

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College Park Tulsa

College Park Tulsa: Two Colleges - One Campus

College Park is a collaboration between TCC and OSU-Tulsa that provides a public, four-year university experience on one campus. Those seeking an engineering degree will receive course instruction by TCC faculty for the first two years and OSU-Tulsa instruction for the last two years. College Park will be located on the OSU-Tulsa campus. For more information and to apply visit College Park.

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