Excellence, innovation and integrity…
Known for its innovative curricula, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department fosters interaction between students and faculty and allows students to specialize in a variety of areas.
Students are prepared for successful, professional careers and develop the skills needed for career-long learning, whether through
- Informal independent study
- Continuing education, or
- Formal advanced study
The bachelor's degree programs in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering provide a balance between theory and practice. The incorporation of the practicum concept in the curriculum provides students with novel opportunities to experience classroom theory in practice.
Special undergraduate programs include
- A dual major option leading to a bachelor's degree with majors in both electrical engineering and computer engineering*, and
- A five-year bachelor/master's degree option.
In addition, electrical engineers can pursue a mechatronic concentration with mechanical engineering students. A popular minor for computer engineers is computer science.