EECS students have met among the highest admission requirements within the University. They push one another to grow and succeed as do their professors. EECS faculty members possess industry and research experience that provides real-world examples of fundamental concepts being taught in the classroom. Small classes enable in-depth discussions, projects, and problem-solving activities. Hands-on laboratories and capstone courses require students to put their formidable knowledge base into action.
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department offers Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree programs in the following disciplines.
State of the Art Facilities
The 80,000-square-foot Eaton Hall, which opened in 2003, provides EECS students with superior laboratories. The Engineering Library and Computing Commons offer students additional resources and study spots. Upgrades to the eight computer labs and nine hardware labs are included in the more than $1.7 million spent on laboratory equipment in the past six years.