The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) offers B.S. programs in computer engineering and electrical engineering as well as M.S. and Ph.D. programs in electrical & computer engineering.
Within a few years of graduation, program graduates completing the baccalaureate degree in electrical or computer engineering will be recognized by their peers as fundamentally sound in the application of mathematics, science, computing and engineering; be engaged in the practice of electrical or computer engineering as innovative problem solvers with a strong work ethic, by identifying and implementing solutions using the proper tools, practical approaches and flexible thinking; be productive and demonstrate leadership in the practice of electrical or computer engineering, both individually and within multidisciplinary teams, using effective oral and written communication skills when working with peers, supervisors and the public; and be responsible in the practice of electrical or computer engineering, relying on sound engineering ethics, a commitment to lifelong learning and a genuine concern for society and the environment.
The department is located in the Simrall Engineering Building.