Electrical and Computer Engineering impacts nearly every aspect of modern life.
Look around and you’ll see electrcial and computer engineering everywhere. We push the frontiers of innovation in areas such as communications, cybersecurity, renewable energy, wearable computing, health care technology and entertainment.
In the past century, electrical and computer engineering has dramatically transformed our world. Of the 20 Greatest Achievements of the 20th Century, more than half came about through advances in electronics and computing technology.
So what do electrical and computer engineers do?
- Build the wireless networks and smartphones that enable global communication
- Design hybrid engines and autonomous cars that make transportation efficient, greener and safer
- Create the medical technology and devices that make people healthier and healthcare cheaper
- Develop renewable energy systems and smart power grids that provide clean, sustainable energy to the world
Electrical engineering encompasses technology that ranges from nano-size sensors to the nation-wide power grid system and every imaginable electronic device or system.
Computer engineering focuses on hardware specific to computing and software systems. It includes areas such as cybersecurity, the Internet of Things (IoT), embedded systems and supercomputers.
Together, electrical and computer engineers are impacting our world for the better through science and technology.
Looking forward to the Grand Challenges facing our society, electrical and computer engineering is at the forefront of creating the solutions that will continue to change our world for the better.
Both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering undergraduate programs are accredited by ABET.