Engineering Schools Offering Electrical Engineering in Alabama

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Alabama Electrical Engineering Schools Alabama is a wonderful state to get diploma in electrical engineering. There are 16 schools offering respective programs in Alabama, and the best one is offered by Auburn University. That college has an excellent electrical engineering program - five-star rating for curriculum and four stars for teaching.

See all the electrical engineering schools and colleges in Alabama below or narrow your search by desired diploma or city in Alabama. You might also want to view our fresh ranking of the best electrical schools in Alabama.

Alabama electrical engineering schools:

Auburn University - Engineering School Ranking
1. Auburn University

Auburn, 4 electrical engineering programs

The University of Alabama - Engineering School Ranking
2. The University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, 3 electrical engineering programs

University of Alabama in Huntsville - Engineering School Ranking
3. University of Alabama in Huntsville

Huntsville, 3 electrical engineering programs

University of South Alabama - Engineering School Ranking
4. University of South Alabama

Mobile, 2 electrical engineering programs

University of Alabama at Birmingham - Engineering School Ranking
5. University of Alabama

Birmingham, 2 electrical engineering programs

Alabama A & M University - Engineering School Ranking
6. Alabama A & M University

Normal, 1 electrical engineering program

Tuskegee University - Engineering School Ranking
7. Tuskegee University

Tuskegee, 3 electrical engineering programs

Jacksonville State University - Engineering School Ranking
8. Jacksonville State University

Jacksonville, 2 electrical engineering programs

ITT Technical Institute Bessemer - Engineering School Ranking
9. ITT Technical Institute Bessemer

Bessemer, 2 electrical engineering programs

John C Calhoun State Community College - Engineering School Ranking
10. John C Calhoun State Community College

Tanner, 2 electrical engineering programs

Snead State Community College - Engineering School Ranking
11. Snead State Community College

Boaz, 2 electrical engineering programs

Lawson State Community College Birmingham - Engineering School Ranking
12. Lawson State Community College Birmingham

Birmingham, 2 electrical engineering programs

ITT Technical Institute Mobile - Engineering School Ranking
13. ITT Technical Institute Mobile

Mobile, 1 electrical engineering program

Gadsden State Community College - Engineering School Ranking
14. Gadsden State Community College

Gadsden, 3 electrical engineering programs

Bishop State Community College - Engineering School Ranking
15. Bishop State Community College

Mobile, 1 electrical engineering program

Brown Mackie College Birmingham - Engineering School Ranking
16. Brown Mackie College Birmingham

Birmingham, 1 electrical engineering program


AL electrical engineering schools by diploma:

Certificates: 4 schools
Associate's Degrees: 8 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 9 schools
Master's Degrees: 5 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 3 schools

AL electrical engineering schools by city:

Auburn: 1 school
Bessemer: 1 school
Birmingham: 3 schools
Boaz: 1 school
Gadsden: 1 school
Huntsville: 1 school
Jacksonville: 1 school
Mobile: 3 schools
Normal: 1 school
Tanner: 1 school
Tuscaloosa: 1 school
Tuskegee: 1 school

Other engineering school programs in Alabama:

General Engineering: 6 schools
Civil Engineering: 8 schools
Telecom Engineering: 1 school
Computer Engineering: 4 schools
Environmental Engineering: 2 schools
Chemical Engineering: 5 schools
Biological Engineering: 1 school
Biomedical Engineering: 1 school
Architectural Engineering: 1 school
Construction Engineering: 3 schools
Materials Engineering: 3 schools
Industrial Engineering: 3 schools
Mechanical Engineering: 12 schools
Aeronautical Engineering: 5 schools
Engineering Technology: 15 schools
Drafting and Design: 23 schools

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