A variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available to students seeking to pursue a career in cutting-edge technology fields, including our new undergraduate Interdisciplinary Computing program.
EECS graduates have aquired positions at a wide range of companies, government agencies, and research institutions, including Fortune 500 companies such as Garmin, Sprint, Honeywell, and Northrop-Grumman.
Graduate Research Opportunities
Graduate research opportunities are available to EECS students at both of our associated research centers: CReSIS and ITTC, as well as many of other research center across campus.
Nearly every EECS course is taught by one of our award-winning faculty members, not a teaching assistant. Thirteen computer labs and nine hardware labs provide our students with ample resources to achieve their academic goals.