Electrical and Computer Engineering Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

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Electrical Engineering B.S.

This degree meets the global standards for technical education in the Electrical Engineering Profession, enhances employment opportunities for graduates, and supports the entry to a technical profession.

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Robotics Engineering B.S.

This program prepares graduates for rewarding careers at the interfaces between electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering.

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​​​​​​​Electrical Engineering Minor

The electrical engineering minor provides a solid foundation in the core areas of electronic circuits and signals and systems, as well as the prerequisite material in mathematics and physics.

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Assistive Technology Minor

The assistive technology minor is designed for students interested in helping people with movement disabilities.

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Bioelectronics and Biophotonics Minor

The bioelectronics and biophotonics minor is designed for students in chemical, biological, environmental sciences, and biomolecular engineering.

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Graduate Programs

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Contiguous Bachelor's/Master's Pathway

Undergraduate students can apply to this program to earn a B.S. degree in their own major together with an M.S. degree in electrical and computer engineering.

Electrical and Computer Engineering M.S.

This program focuses on the following core areas: Electronic Circuits and Energy Systems; Photonic and Electronic Devices; Robotics, Control, and Cyber-Physical Systems; and Signals, Image Processing, and Communication Systems.

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Electrical and Computer Engineering Ph.D.

This program focuses on the following core areas: Electronic Circuits and Energy Systems; Photonic and Electronic Devices; Robotics, Control, and Cyber-Physical Systems; and Signals, Image Processing, and Communication Systems.

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Robotics and Control Designated Emphasis

The graduate designated emphasis is a collaboration of faculty from several Baskin School of Engineering programs and is administered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.