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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.

Recent News

Dr. Dileep Kalathil received the prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. With the award he will address three major challenges of the artificial intelligence evolution – resiliency, scalability and data efficiency of the system.

Esu Ekeruche is a sophomore in electrical engineering who is involved in many student organizations and programs, such as the Zachry Leadership Program and the National Society of Black Engineers.

Dr. Paul Gratz and Dr. Jiang Hu are working with collaborators at Intel Corporation to automate processor design validation to detect performance bugs and create a more efficient method to combat this real-world problem.


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#12 among public institution graduate programs
1,291 enrolled undergraduate students
744 enrolled graduate students