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Educating Tomorrows Energy Innovators

Claire Lochner student in Electrical Engineering in Furnes Hall

The energy area is going through revolutionary changes that will affect all walks of society. Power system professionals are at the center of these changes. Power Systems is the only field dealing comprehensively with energy issues. The State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Electrical Engineering Ph.D., dual Ph.D., MS and ME, and B.S. degree programs offer specialization in the area of Power Systems dealing with global energy issues. Undergraduate students may participate in the power area by taking the fundamental courses offered and being engaged, after a qualifications assessment, in exceptional design projects courses and efforts internally in EE and/or externally with the greater Buffalo community in multidisciplinary efforts.

Claire Lochner student in Electrical Engineering in Furnes Hall
6/19/14
UB’s Department of Electrical Engineering degree programs offer specialization in the area of power systems dealing with global energy issues. Undergraduate and Graduate students may participate in the power area through coursework and being engaged in exceptional design projects and research efforts with the PCUE.
6/19/14
Gateway 2 Power is a $12.5M DOE program to develop the next generation energy workforce. This program partners with over 10 colleges and universities and industry.