Electrical Engineering

College: 
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Campus: 
Tempe

The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering offers honors students enrolled in the Electrical Engineering (EE) Undergraduate Program several opportunities to help them to fulfill requirements for graduation from Barrett, The Honors College (BHC). Any EEE course may be turned into an honors course through an Honors Enrichment Contract. Students graduating from BHC must complete an honors thesis/creative project, which is a document that describes a body of research undertaken by the student. EE students may use their senior capstone design project to fulfill this requirement.

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Faculty Honors Advisors

James Aberle
480-965-8588

Student Profile: 
Elliot Hanson

"I studied electrical engineering at ASU while living in the Barrett residential community my freshman and sophomore years. The Barrett experience provided me with a number of great friends and connections, as well as challenging but rewarding coursework in thought provoking classes. The faculty and advisers at Barrett are excellent resources for success in college and after graduation, and I attribute much of my success to my time at Barrett.

Electrical engineering faculty often go out of their way to allow Barrett students to complete honors credit in their classes through honors contracts, or even Barrett exclusive course offerings. If any issues arise, EEE advisors are happy to work with Barrett to ensure student success, resulting in an excellent school experience for electrical engineering students in Barrett."