For those with a desire to learn, we offer an academic experience that will take you as far as you want to go.
Undergraduate Degrees Offered
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Degrees Offered
- Masters of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (thesis or non-thesis options)
- Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering
- Masters of Science in Cybersecurity and Cyber Systems (joint with Computer Science Department)
- Accelerated Masters of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (for current undergraduates)
- Masters of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The electrical engineering and computer engineering bachelor of science degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org).
Highlights of our programs include small classroom size, lab-based instruction, real world capstone design sequence, optional internships, co-ops and externships, national recognition, research experiences through industry sponsored research centers and federal/state/university funding, and more.
The Electrical Engineering undergraduate program offers technical areas in (a) Electrical Systems: Autonomous Vehicles, Control Systems, Robotics, Electric Energy & Renewables, Electric Utilities, Electric Vehicles, Medical Instruments, Optics & Photonics, Power Grid, Antennas, (b) Microelectronics: Electronic Design Automation, Emerging Technologies, Integrated Circuits, Integrated Systems, Medical Electronics, Sensors, and (c) Signals and Communications: Robotics, Image processing, Signal Processing, Telecommunications, Communication Networks.
The Computer Engineering undergraduate program offers technical areas in (a) Microelectronics: Electronic Design Automation, Emerging Technologies, Integrated Circuits, Integrated Systems, Medical Electronics, Sensors, (b) Hardware and Firmware: Computer Architectures, Embedded Systems, Network Systems, Robotics, Programmable Logic Controllers, and (c) Systems Software: Cloud Computing, Digital Design Automation, Multi-Core Programming, Operating Systems, Software Engineering, Systems Programming.
The Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program offers courses in Bioelectricity, Bioelectronics and Biosensors, Biomechanics, Biosignal Processing, Biostatistics, Instrumentation and Medical Devices, Mechanobiology, Medical Imaging, Neural Engineering, Physiological modeling, Tissue Engineering.
Employment opportunities exist within a wide range of organizations, such as aerospace industry, automotive industry, biomedical industry, cyber-systems, defense agencies, electric utilities, electrical systems companies, semiconductor industry, software engineering, software development, telecommunications, start-ups and consulting.
Research activities of the faculty are funded by prestigious research grants from federal agencies such as the National Science Foundation (NSF), the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and from high-tech industries. The Center for Embedded Systems, an NSF Industry/University Cooperative Center, is a nationally recognized center for research and development in the emerging area of embedded computing system technologies with many participating industries in the areas of microelectronics, defense and aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing. The Power Research Program provides research and development projects in the area of power systems, power electronics, smart grid, and the internet of things.
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