Electrical Engineering and Systems Science & Engineering
Electrical Engineering students learn to design, implement, and analyze electrical and electronic systems.
Systems Engineering students learn how to design control schemes such as fighter planes, missiles, medical robots, and cars. Students also learn techniques to manage business operations, financial analysis, supply-chain networks, and operations schedules.
>> Bachelor of Science in Systems Science & Engineering
Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri
Major: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering
Extracurricular: Varsity Track and Field Team, WashU Engineering Summer Research Fellow, CEO and co-founder of See3 LLC
With help from experts around the world, the National Academy of Engineering identified “Grand Challenges for Engineering” in the 21st century. From access to clean water and renewable energy sources to better medicine and a safer Internet, WashU engineers are committed to addressing them.