Interested in pursuing electrical engineering as a college major? There are more than 350 schools that offer electrical engineering as an engineering major. Check out the complete list of electrical engineering schools below.
Our team constructed this list to help students see all possible options for schools that offer electrical engineering. Instead of having to go to each institutions individual website, use our list of electrical engineering schools to compare different colleges and universities to each other – all in one place.
Our list includes the following metrics:
- Total Enrollment
- Acceptance Rate
- ACT 25th Percentile Score
- ACT 75th Percentile Score
- In-State Tuition
- Out-of-State Tuition
Click on the columns at the top of the table to sort the table by your desired column. We have set the table to sort by total enrollment by default.
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Complete List of Electrical Engineering Schools
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Breakdown of Electrical Engineering Schools
Now that we have our list of schools that offer electrical engineering, lets breakdown the numbers:
California has the most electrical engineering schools with 31.
Pennsylvania has the second most electrical engineering programs with 29.
Texas comes in third with 26 schools that offer this program.
Average acceptance rate of schools that offer this degree.
Average ACT 25th percentile score.
Average ACT 75th percentile score.
Average in-state tuition for electrical engineering schools.
Average out-of-state tuition for schools that offer this degree program.
Average total enrollment for schools that offer this degree.
ACT Percentile Scores
All information for this list was found from the National Center for Education Statistics.