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The department offers degrees from two disciplines: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.

Our distance learning programs offer the same level of education as our highly reputed on-campus programs.

The department of electrical and computer engineering offers research opportunities in a variety of areas.

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#12 among public institution graduate programs
961 enrolled undergraduate students
713 enrolled graduate students

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Until recently, cyber attacks were primarily targeted toward software, but they have now shifted toward the deeper layers of hardware, which poses new challenges to defenders. Instead of simply ensuring that the software is robustly secure, researchers now have to find ways to creatively secure the underlying hardware as well.

Qin Yan, a doctoral student, is studying the impact of electric vehicles on the power grid in hopes of bringing support back to the grid in a new way.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has partnered with Texas Instruments to develop the power management circuits and systems course using a series of labs and kits that offer a practical application of the fundamentals of power management.