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Electrical and computer engineering

This bachelor of science program provides a well-rounded competitive engineering education in a field that provides robust salaries.

You can attain deeper studies in the four high-demand concentration areas of embedded systems, robotics, biomedical instrumentation and modern energy systems. Our ECE program prepares you for successful careers in engineering or related professional disciplines or the successful pursuit of graduate studies with contributions to improving society and the global community.

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Join prestigious engineering societies — such as the IEEE (Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers, ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), SWE (Society of Women Engineers), and others — to network with other students and professionals. Extracurricular activities include participation in special-interest student clubs in robotics, power systems, telecommunications, and others, as well as participation in academic student competitions.


Opportunities include

  • Telecommunication systems
  • Control systems for electronic and electromechanical devices
  • Entertainment and information systems
  • Medical and prosthetic devices
  • Computing devices and systems
  • Defense and protection systems
  • Energy production, transport and distribution systems

Graduate studies may include

  • Engineering
  • Computer science
  • Commerce and related fields
  • Human computer interaction


State-of-the-art labs in the new Shineman Center provide the technical skill and appropriate technology to prepare you for this expanding field.