The nature of electrical and computer engineering has changed significantly over the course of the careers of most electrical and computer engineers in the profession.
Today, electrical and computer engineering as a discipline encompasses a remarkably diverse and fertile set of technological areas, including analog and digital electronics, computer architecture, computer-aided design and manufacturing of VLSI/ULSI, intelligent robotic systems, computer-based control systems, telecommunications and computer networking, wireless communication systems, signal and information processing and multimedia systems, solid state physics and devices, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), electromagnetic and electromechanical systems, data storage systems, embedded systems, distributed computing, mobile computing, real-time software, digital signal processing, and optical data processing.
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Graduate program applications are now being accepted for Fall 2013 admissions.
The B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a broad and highly flexible degree program structured to provide students with the smallest set of constraints consistent with a rich and comprehensive view of the profession. It is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Students are encouraged and stimulated to explore multiple areas of theory and application. Read more about our programs and objectives.