Degree Levels Offered for Electronics Engineering

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Electronics Engineering Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
007 full-course 7 Circuits and Electronics 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Anant Agarwal Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Dive into electrical engineering with MIT's course. It introduces engineering in the context of lumped circuit extraction.
053 full-course 53 Circuits and Electronics 2007-03-01 Spring 2007 Anant Agarwal Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Get started in electrical engineering and computer science with this course from MIT, which offers an introduction to the fundamentals of the lumped circuit abstraction.
000 full-course Electric Circuits I 2008-03-01 Spring 2008 Husain A. Al-Jamid KFUPM
This course provides a basic introduction to the fundamentals and analysis of electric circuits.
000 full-course Electric Circuits II 2005-09-01 Fall 2005 A. H. Abdur-Rahim KFUPM
This advanced course provides analysis of three-phase networks and computer-aided circuits, and time-domain solutions of second-order circuits.
003 audio 3 Electricity/Electronics N/A N/A Lewis and Clark Community College
This auto course from Lewis and Clark Community College covers lighting system diagnosis and repair.
000 full-course Electronics I 2008-03-01 Spring 2008 Alaa El-Din Hussein KFUPM
This is a core course for electrical, system, and computer engineering students; Introduction to diodes and transistors.
000 full-course Electronics II 2007-09-01 Fall 2007 Mahmoud Kassas KFUPM
This advanced course explores amplifier frequency response and operational amplifier applications, multistage amplifiers, feedback, and oscillators.
000 full-course Fundamentals of Electric Circuits 2006-03-01 Spring 2006 Wajih A. Abu-Al-Saud KFUPM
Introduction to the fundamentals of electric circuitry for non electrical engineering majors.
000 full-course Industrial Electronics 2007-03-01 Spring 2007 Alaa El-Din Hussein KFUPM
Covers various optoelectronic and thermal sensors, microswitches, ultrasonic transducers, and practical industrial electronics applications.
010 full-course 10 Introduction to Modern Electronics N/A N/A Udemy
This is a course that helps students learn about the basics of modern electronics.

Accredited Online Electronics Engineering Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Kennebec Valley Community College Yes 100% 87% 34%
Ohio State University-Main Campus Yes 63% 82% 80%
Misericordia University Yes 59% 100% 68%
Penn Foster High School Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine at Fort Kent Yes 69% 86% 43%
Drury University Yes 87% 84% 51%
University of Massachusetts-Lowell Yes 66% 89% 50%
Mount Aloysius College Yes N/A 100% 51%
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide Yes 95% 39% 50%
Southern New Hampshire University-Nashua Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine at Machias Yes 83% 99% 30%
Pinnacle Career Institute-South Kansas City Yes 100% 91% 73%
Grayson College Yes 100% 23% 16%
Hopkinsville Community College Yes 100% 100% 17%
Southern New Hampshire University-Salem Yes N/A N/A N/A
University of Maine Yes 78% 94% 59%
Monroe Community College Yes 100% 78% 25%
Heald College-Modesto Yes 94% 100% N/A
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Yes 80% 88% 69%
University of the Rockies Yes N/A N/A N/A

Electronics Engineering at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Electronics Engineering

    • 11,551 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Electronics Engineering
      • 89% Male
        Students
      • 11% Female
        Students
    • 9,481 Master's Degrees in
      Electronics Engineering
      • 82% Male
        Students
      • 18% Female
        Students
    • 1,997 Doctoral Degrees in
      Electronics Engineering
      • 84% Male
        Students
      • 16% Female
        Students

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