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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and computer engineers design and build electronic circuits used in computers, automated factories, digital recording and entertaining systems. The products they design are found in robots, satellites, mobile phone systems and advanced medical tools. The rapidly changing profession – sparked by constant technological advances – demands that graduates have a varied educational background.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (BSECE)

The BSECE curriculum combines significant math coursework with a broad spectrum of classes, preparing students to work in communications, radar, VLSI, control systems, power engineering, signal and image processing, biometrics and robotics. The BSECE degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, and meets the criteria for both electrical engineering and computer engineering.

Admission Requirements Transfer Admission Requirements Where Electrical and Computer Engineers Work
  • Consulting engineering firms
  • Telecommunications firms
  • Government/defense contractors
  • Consumer electronics manufacturers
  • Computer industry
  • Software companies