Electrical Engineering (EE)

Electrical Engineers often work in cross-functional teams to design, build, market, and support electronic products. In addition, they sometimes modify and create technologies, work with materials, and develop and engage problem-solving methods related to electronic development. Products that electrical engineers work with can range from cell phones and CAT scanners to power grids that deliver vital electricity to communities and more.

Today's Electrical Engineers use a number of skills, such as designing, building, and marketing of electronic products. MECOP interns focusing on Electrical Engineering build a foundation of knowledge in math, physics, and chemistry while gaining real-world experience in electronics and related disciplines.

Internship History


Participating Universities

MECOP currently accepts Electrical Engineering students from the following universities:

Academic Advisors

Course Information

Internship Project Samples

  • Power Supply Design and Testing
  • Microcontroller and Assembly Programming
  • Circuit Board Design
  • Hardware Testing and Quality Assurance
  • Design Interface Circuits to Interact with Robotic Handlers
  • Backlight Characterization for LEDs

Key Course Highlights

  • Signals and Systems
  • Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • Basic Semiconductor Devices
  • Power Electronics
  • Control Engineering Design