Transferring to Electrical and Computer Engineering

Create New Beginnings at Western New England University

The decision to transfer is an important undertaking. There are numerous factors to consider

Western New England University and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering make the process as smooth as possible. Whether you’re transferring from a community college or four-year institution, our admissions transfer advisors are available to assist you every step of the way, answering all of your questions about admissions criteria, financial aid, and housing. And once you’re here, you’ll know you’ve made the right choice thanks to our small class size, caring faculty, modern labs, excellent internship opportunities, and high job placement rates for graduates.

For more information on transferring, visit the Western New England University transfer student’s page.

Visit the Electrical Engineering major page for more information the program

See what our transfer students are saying!

Feel free to contact Dr. Neeraj Magotra, chair and associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at nmagotra@wne.edu if you have any questions about the program.



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Inside Electrical Engineering 

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Fields: Power systems engineering, electrical equipment manufacturing, and electric utilities systems

Opportunities: Various opportunities working with different electrical systems including: electric power generators, wireless phone transmitters, high-density batteries, and navigation systems