As a computer engineering major, you can learn how to design, develop, analyze, research and manufacture hardware, software and systems that process, store and convey digital information. In addition, you can explore systems that include personal computers, workstations, mainframe computers and embedded digital systems. You can even focus on the mathematics, tools, and practices associated with machine learning and data science in engineering with our new MLDS Named Degree Option.
As a master’s student in our accelerated machine learning and signal processing program, you can learn quantitative thinking, practical problem-solving and coding – and how to apply those skills in a variety of fields.
As a PhD student in electrical engineering, you can engage in creative approaches to solving problems through research in any of several cross-cutting areas of your choosing- among them, data science, healthcare, mobile computing, security and infrastructure resilience, sensors and sensing, and sustainability.
As a master’s student in our online Power Engineering degree program, you’ll acquire both applied and theoretical knowledge in power electronics, including alternative energy, through research and study of technological and conceptual innovations in electrical and computer engineering.
As a master’s student in our accelerated electrical and computer engineering program, you can choose specializations such as networking and security, computer architecture, electric machines and drives, semiconductor device and fabrication technology, and more, or a custom curriculum path that you design yourself.
As an electrical engineering master’s student, you can work with our outstanding faculty members on research in areas such as energy systems, computer systems and architecture, solid state and quantum technologies, machine learning, signal processing and information theory, and more.
As an electrical engineering major, you can learn to design, develop, analyze, research and make systems for a wide variety of fields – from power generation and communication to healthcare and instrumentation. You’ll also learn about the devices that make up these systems, including transistors, integrated circuits, rotating machines, antennas and fusion plasma confinement devices, and the tools for analyzing and operating systems, including signal processing, controls, and machine learning. You can even focus on the mathematics, tools, and practices associated with machine learning and data science in engineering with our new MLDS Named Degree Option.