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Electrical Engineering

College of Engineering

College of Engineering Building

Department Chair: Bahram Shahian

Department Office: Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) 512
Telephone: (562) 985-5102/5103
Website: Electircal Engineering

Faculty: Mahyar Amouzegar, James Ary, Chin Chang Anastasios G. Chassiakos, Radhe Das (Emeritus), Christopher Druzgalski, Fumio Hamano, Kenneth James, I-Hung Khoo, Rajendra Kumar, Slawomir Lobodzinski, Tulin E. Mangir, Hassan Mohamed-Nour, Harnatha Reddy (Emeritus), Alfonso Rueda, Bahram Shahian, Raymond Stefani (Emeritus), Robert Teng, Chit-Sang Tsang, Mahmoud Wagdy, Fei Wang, Ray Wang, Henry Yeh

Undergraduate Advisors
Electrical Engineering: James Ary
Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology: Ray Wang
Electronics Engineering Technology: I-Hung Khoo

Graduate Advisor: Fumio Hamano

General Education Advising: Horn Center, Room 103 (HC-103)

Biomedical Engineering Advisor: Christopher Druzgalski

Administrative Coordinator: Barbara V. L. Marshall

Students desiring detailed information should contact the department office for referral to one of the faculty advisors.

Career Possibilities


Electrical Engineer • Systems Engineer • Electronics Engineer • Communications Engineer • Electrical Design Engineer • Sales Engineer • Electronics Test Engineer • Research Engineer • Consultant • Manufacturer's Representative • Safety Engineer • Quality Control Specialist • Production Manager (Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information, see CSULB Careers Website.)

Advisory and Development Council


The Department of Electrical Engineering is supported by an Advisory and Development Council consisting of outstanding engineers and executives from industry and government in southern California. Its function is to form a liaison between the University and industry and to keep the administration and faculty informed of modern engineering practices. This ensures that the curricula are kept up-to-date. It also advises on placement opportunities before and after graduation.

ABET Accreditation


The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Program and the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology and Computer Engineering Technology Programs are respectively accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) and the Technology Accreditation Commission (TAC) of ABET, Inc., 111 Market Place, Suite #1050, Baltimore, MD 21202, phone: 410-347-7700, website: www.abet.org. Students enrolling in these programs are advised to get in touch with the undergraduate advisors for information regarding ABET requirements.