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Welcome from the Chair

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Thank you for your interest in the Electrical Engineering program at Georgia Southern University!

Electrical Engineering is one of the three pillars of GSU engineering (with civil and mechanical being the other two). Electrical engineers are responsible for research and product designs ranging from electronics, power, electric machines, mechatronics, control systems, electromagnetics, wireless systems, communications, solid state devices, and computers. GSU Electrical Engineering graduates are finding careers performing exciting research, inventing new technologies, systems design, and product development.

Why study Electrical Engineering at Georgia Southern?

Electrical Engineering at GSU prides itself on being applied, attentive, and accomplished. As electrical engineers we do more than just study theory. You will begin your first semester with hands-on experience in a studio or laboratory environment. Whether it is a fundamental lecture or a one-on-one research experience, upon completion you will feel confident in your abilities to help solve the engineering problems of the world.

Please take a few moments to review our curriculum and read more about us and the learning environment that we will provide for you. This is truly an exciting period at Georgia Southern as we continue to develop innovative ways to elevate electrical engineering education to new heights.

If you should have any further questions, I invite you to call or email me personally. If you are not already here, I hope to see you on campus next semester.

Frank B. Gross, Ph.D.
Boeing Technical Fellow
Professor and Department Chair
Electrical Engineering
912-478-0006
fgross@georgiasouthern.edu

Department of Electrical Engineering • P.O. Box 8045 • Statesboro, Georgia 30460 • (912) 478-5373