Welcome to Electrical Engineering

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We Are The Engine Powering Silicon Valley

San José State University is located in one of the most exciting environments for engineers to learn in: the heart of Silicon Valley. Our Electrical Engineering Department is committed to preparing students like you to innovate and solve the problems of the future. Look through our site to see how you can be part of our program.


Spring 2024 Student Project Symposium

Spring 2024 Student Project Symposium will be on Friday, May 10, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 12(noon) at SJSU Student Union Ballroom.  More than 50 senior and master projects in many EE areas, including embedded systems, machine learning, computer vision, robotics, communications, IoT, nano electronics, power and energy systems, quantum information and computing, etc. will be presented at the event. The event is open to the general public.


Electrical Engineering Lecturer Pool

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EE Newsletters 

Welcome to a new academic year at the EE Department! Download and read our latest newsletter.

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Tower ID Required to Enter Engineering Building

July 29th, 2021

Starting on September 6th, 2021, all buildings on campus will require a Tower ID to enter them. The Engineering building will be unlocked for the first two weeks of school, giving you time to get a Tower ID card if needed. Click the link below for info on getting your card.  

See the Tower ID FAQ

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Prospective Students

Whether you’re fresh out of high school, transferring from community college, or looking to get your Master’s degree, this is the place to start discovering what our department can offer you.


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Undergraduate Program

San José State transforms new undergraduate students into skilled electrical engineers ready to invent solutions for whatever challenges they face.


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Graduate Program

Graduate students in San José State have the opportunity to work with our talented faculty and expand their knowledge of Electrical Engineering.



SJSU hosts numerous events exclusively for EE students. See our calendar to learn when those events are happening and how you can participate.