The Department of Electrical Engineering at Montana Tech is home to a bachelor's and master's degree in Electrical Engineering. At Montana Tech our faculty excel in teaching advanced topics in grid stability, grid modeling, power protection, and instrumentation and controls. Students and faculty also participate in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and NASA Robotic Mining Clubs. 

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$70K Average Starting Salary
10:1 Student to Faculty Ratio
ABET Accredited
Electrical Engineering, B.S.

Prepare for a career as an Electrical Engineer with this ABET-accredited bachelor's degree from Montana Tech.

Electrical Engineering, M.S.

A Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from Montana Tech provides outstanding career opportunities.

Electrical Engineering Students Choose Montana Tech
Design and build electrical systems that are the brains of many modern engineering machines with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Montana Tech. Electrical engineering is the largest engineering discipline in the world serving nearly every modern industry. The demand for electrical engineers continues to grow.
Learn More About Electrical Engineering

Meet the faculty that guides our department, and explore their areas of expertise and research.

IEEE Student Chapter

IEEE is the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology.

NASA Robotic Mining

The Robotic Mining Club took top prize at the NASA Lunabotics Competition in June 2022.

Career outcomes.

Our graduates are highly employable.

Advisory Board

Industry leaders provide guidance to our department and programs.


We are proud of our accreditation.

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Dr. Bryce Hill
Department Head Associate Professor