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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.
This program prepares graduates for rewarding careers at the interfaces between electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering.
The assistive technology minor is designed for students interested in helping people with movement disabilities.
The bioelectronics and biophotonics minor is designed for students in chemical, biological, environmental sciences, and biomolecular engineering.
Learn more about Baskin Engineering’s electrical and computer engineering graduate programs.
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.
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.
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.