Current Undergraduate Students
Thank you for being part of the Stanford Electrical Engineering community! Here you will find links to helpful information during your time as a Stanford undergraduate student.
Declare an EE Major
Electrical Engineering is a very broad major, covering electronics, new devices, and hardware; information systems and signal processing; and integrated systems driven by both hardware and software. EE undergraduates get to build all kinds of very cool, sophisticated systems. They learn about a range of cutting-edge electronics and devices, and they make smart algorithms and signal processing with a broad range of applications.
- For an overview of EE specializations and degree requirements, visit our BS Admissions page.
- For details about how to declare EE as a major, visit our Undergraduate Degree Requirements page.
- Details about courses, declaration, and undergraduate degree progress, visit the School of Engineering's Undergraduate Handbook.
Current EE Courses
The departmental requirements for a BS degree in EE include a core set of courses required of every Stanford major and a set of specialty areas from which one sequence must be chosen.
- For the list of the most current EE courses and other Stanford courses, visit Stanford's Explore Courses site.
- For questions about EE courses, visit the Undergraduate Degree Requirements page and refer to the Contact Information section.
Need some help along your degree path? Stanford's goal is to help students take full advantage of all that's available as they create their unique paths through their undergraduate career. No one path is right or recommended.
- For detailed "path" guidance, visit the Stanford Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education's Undergrad site.
- Find EE advising contact infromation on our Undergraduate Degree Requirements page.
Opportunities & Research
EE undergraduates have access to research and study abroad experiences that can enhance their top-notch education.
- To find out more about EE-specific undergraduate research opportunities, visit our REU pages.
- Discover all of the other research opportunities that exist for undergrads by visiting Stanford's Research & Independant Projects site.
- Nearly one-half of each graduating class studies abroad. Find out more on Stanford's Bing Overseas Study Program site.
During your time at Stanford, there's no doubt you will be interested in connecting to each other and the world via technology, and you'll want some help as you transition into your career or other next steps. You may also need other kinds of help along the way.
- For information about network registration, wireless networks, computer clusters, and other IT resources, visit our IT Resources page.
- For a list of career resources, including a link to the Stanford Career Development Center, visit our Career Resources page.
- For anything else you might need along the way, visit the Stanford Student Affairs site.
Thinking about Graduate Work?
The coterminal degree program allows Stanford undergraduate students to study for a master's degree while completing their bachelor's degree(s).