Carol Jaeger

Professor of Teaching and Associate Dean, Undergraduate Engineering Programs 
BASc (Queen’s University), MASc (UBC)

Office: KAIS 3041 / KAIS 5024
Phone: (604) 822-2592
Fax: (604) 822-5949


Carol Jaeger is a Professor of Teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UBC and is the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Engineering Programs, for the Faculty. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering option, from Queen’s University at Kingston, and a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from UBC. She has been a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering since 2003 and has been a Professor of Teaching since 2016. Carol teaches a variety of courses at the first, second and third year level, including engineering design, circuit analysis, electronics, electromagnetics, and electromechanics.

Research Interests

Circuits and electronics, electromagnetics, engineering ethics and professionalism, introductory engineering design, signal processing, speech and hearing, biomedical engineering, assorted sensors, product design

Academic Interests

Engineering education, curriculum design, active learning methods, engineering accreditation, first-year engineering programs, academic integrity, university policy


  • ELEC 201 – Circuit Analysis I
  • ELEC 211 – Engineering Electromagnetics
  • ELEC 203 – Basic Circuit Analysis
  • ELEC 301 – Electronic Circuits II
  • ELEC 371 – Biomedical Engineering Instrumentation
  • ELEC 311 – Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

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