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Electrical Egineering

Bachelor of science in electrical engineering

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Areas of excellence at WSU include power engineering, mixed-signal electronics, electromagnetic fields and waves, wireless telecommunications, computer engineering, networking, distributed systems, and more. Students attend all courses on the Everett Community College campus. Courses are taught in person by faculty in Everett, via interactive video from WSU Pullman, and online via the nationally ranked WSU Online program.

ABET accreditation

The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture has completed the documents with ABET to extend existing accreditation of the EE program in Everett. On our ABET site you may read about our program evaluation and accreditation process.


Electrical engineering at Everett is a degree completion program. Students should complete as many of the Washington State University general education (UCORE) requirements as possible before starting the program. While an associate’s degree isn’t required for admission, we recommend pursuing a transfer degree if possible; the associate of science-track 2 (AST-2) degree is well suited for pre-engineering study.

Electrical engineering preparation

The WSU electrical engineering program requires a specific pre-engineering curriculum. Students should complete these courses before transferring. See the course list and use our transfer menu to find equivalent courses at your current college.

How to apply

1. If you are interested in applying for Fall 2017, please first contact Pam Loughlin at
 APPLY using the Transfer Student Application.
– Select “North Puget Sound at Everett” as your campus and “Elect Eng” as your academic interest.

2. Complete the Everett Electrical Engineering supplemental application by following this link. (The supplemental asks you to enter the courses you have taken and grades received; you will want to have a copy of your transcripts/unofficial transcripts handy before you begin)

3. Transfer official transcripts showing coursework to-date are required before your initial application can be evaluated. Updated official transcripts will be required once grades are posted for spring and summer (if you enroll in courses). Contact all previous colleges and have them send official transcripts to:

WSU North Puget Sound at Everett
Enrollment Services
915 N. Broadway
Everett, WA 98201 
Fax: 425-405-1601

4. Pay the WSU tuition deposit, which confirms acceptance of your admission offer. NOTE: This deposit is nonrefundable; pay the deposit only after you are admitted/certified into the electrical engineering program.

5. The academic coordinator will review your supplemental application and transcript(s) for prerequisites to admission/certification into the electrical engineering program and contact you for next steps.

General Timeline for WSU in Everett:

        • EE Supplemental Application Survey will be open November 15.
        • Priority will be given to applicants who have submitted all required application material (including official transcripts) by April 15.
        • Notification of admission decisions (for those received) May 15.
        • Respond to offers of admission by June 1.
        • Admission will continue until all seats for the program are filled.

There are scholarships available for WSU Everett Electrical Engineering students. No application is necessary for these departmental scholarships. If you are offered a spot in the program, eligibility for these scholarships will be determined based on transfer GPA in the major related courses. Students will be notified of their scholarship awards and conditions to receive the award.

Graduation requirements

All students must meet requirements as outlined in the WSU Catalog in order to graduate. See the WSU Catalog for degree requirements and talk with your academic adviser about planning and scheduling your courses.


Electrical engineers work in many different industries doing circuit design, research, development, manufacturing, and testing. They work with components and systems that include electric motors, radar, navigation systems, communication systems, power generation equipment, and electronic equipment. There are more than 160,000 electrical engineers in the United States and their median annual income is about $87,000. To learn more about the profession, visit the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers at

Program Info Sheet



Pam Loughlin

The WSU School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science consistently ranks among the nation’s top 100 electrical and computer engineering programs according to US News & World Report.

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