- About ECE
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- Student Information
- Undergraduate Degree Plans
- Graduate Degree Programs
- Microsoft Developer Network (MSDNAA)
- Faculty & Staff
The mission School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is to provide a high-quality, comprehensive electrical and computer engineering education for both undergraduate and graduate degree seeking students. The primary forms of educational delivery are classroom instruction, laboratory experiences utilizing both hardware and software technologies, and research experiences. To this end, the School offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering (BSCpE), Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE), and a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering (PhDEE).
The School is chartered to perform both basic and applied research in the broad areas of electrical and computer engineering. The School acquires external support to establish research enterprises for student-centric discovery that culminates in the publication of findings in international, peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings of the highest reputation.
Ancillary to the teaching and research mission of the School, the faculty of the School engage in extramural activities of service, extension, and outreach by serving the School, College, or University on internal committees, organizing conferences, developing short courses, reviewing papers, participating on professional committees, and the like.