Graduation Data

The table below shows the class sizes and graduation numbers for the Electrical Engineering Program (B.S. in Electrical Engineering) since 2009.

Academic Year Freshmen Sophomore​s Juniors​ Seniors​ Graduates​
​2009-2010 ​28 ​27 ​11 ​17 15​
​2010-2011 ​35 ​25 ​21 ​14 ​13
​2011-2012 ​37 ​32 ​18 ​21 ​22
​2012-2013 ​46 ​24 ​25 ​17 ​16
​2013-2014 ​40 ​30 ​22 ​25 25​
 


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Electrical Engineering Concentration

​A concentration in electrical engineering requires advanced lab work and hands-on experience in the use of electronic and electrical devices including transformers, motors, generators, as well as discrete active and passive components, test equipment and instrumentation.

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Computer Engineering Concentration

​ Students take a series of courses that offer in-depth study of advanced C++ programming, operating systems, microprocessors, software engineering and computer architecture.

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After Graduation

After graduation, our students find success in a wide variety of career fields including industry, academia and research.

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Summer Research Projects

Take an in-depth look at recent Grove City College student and faculty scholarly work in the Hopeman School of Science, Engineering and Mathematics.​

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​Students conduct supervised research during their sophomore, junior or senior years and have access to laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment and computer workstations.

 
 
 
 
 

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