- Community college transfer students who are looking for a highly valued degree in engineering
- Working professionals who wish to complete their degree in engineering
- Sophomore-level students in engineering programs who want to transfer into a unique upper-division experience
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
Earn your B.S. in electrical engineering in two and a half years through the College of Engineering at CSULB in partnership with College of Professional and Continuing Education. The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley program is designed for students who are interested in completing their BS degree in electrical engineering. Classes are held at the Lancaster University Center in the Antelope Valley area, providing unprecedented access to the aerospace industry, including internships with local companies and organizations. Participants must have completed their first two years of coursework at a community college or another university.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Antelope Valley program is offered as an undergraduate extension program in the College of Engineering. For details about the program, including faculty selected from industry positions and our own College of Engineering, go to the College of Engineering's Antelope Valley Program site.
This program is a shared commitment between CSULB, industry and government partners, and community colleges in the greater Antelope Valley to ensure that this region has access to high-quality, affordable engineering education.
Students are admitted and matriculated through CSULB. The program is cohort-based, allowing students to proceed as a group through the program in a prescribed lock-step sequence. The cohort model emphasizes teamwork and collaboration among students and offers a strong support system as you progress through the program. Students complete 68 units of junior and senior level engineering, capstone general education, and math coursework. The program takes approximately two and a half years to complete, including a Summer term.
Admissions are porcessed on a rolling basis, beginning shortly after the priority transcript deadline. We strongly encourage you to submit your transcripts to the Office of Enrollment Services at CSULB immediately upon submission of your application, in order to expedite your admission decision.
This degree program is designed to prepare graduates for high-level engineering positions in design, development, research, applications, and operation in the fields of communications, control systems, digital signal processing systems, electromagnetics, digital and analog electronic circuits, physical electronics, and power systems. The curriculum is built around a strong basic core of mathematics, physics, and engineering science. A senior design seminar ending with a capstone design course rounds out the program. State-of-the-art facilities are available to provide laboratory-based instruction in key topic areas.
- Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
- Students are admitted and matriculated through CSULB
- Cohort model emphasizes teamwork and collaboration among students and offers a strong support system
- Degree earned in two and a half years
- Program structure guarantees class availability
- Class size limited to 25
- How to apply your knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
- How to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
- How to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs
- How to function on multi-disciplinary teams
- How to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
- The fundamentals of professional and ethical responsibilities
- How to communicate effectively
- How to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context
- The importance of life-long learning
- Contemporary issues and how to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for electrical engineering practice
Below is a partial list of companies or organizations where students in the engineering degree completion program have found paid internships:
- Northrop Grumman
- BAE Systems
- Pacific Seismic Products
- Air Force Research Laboratory (Edwards AFB)
- Air Force Test Center (Edwards AFB)
- NASA Dryden Flight Research Center (Edwards AFB)
- Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (China Lake)
- TYBRIN (Jacobs) Corporation
- The Spaceship Company
- INQU, LLC (Edwards, AFB)
- Tesla Motors
- AVID Tutors - Palmdale Aerospace Academy
Students who are admitted into CSULB and are full-time students participating in this program are qualified to apply for financial aid through main campus.
CPaCE undergraduate programs are eligible for:
- Pell Grant
- Cal Grant A or B
- Direct Subsidized Loan
- Direct Unsubsidized Loan
Note: Students are NOT eligible for the State University Grant, but ARE eligible for the Cal Grant A or B.
Veterans may also receive their GI Bill benefits.
For more information, please visit the CSULB Financial Aid page.