Welcome

Welcome from the Department Head

Pamela Holland Obiomon, Ph.D. Interim Department Head and Associate Professor

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). We offer four programs: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering. ECE is one of the largest departments in the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering as measured by the number of students, faculty, and the amount of sponsored projects.

The Department provides the highest level of quality education to our students. The curricula have been designed to prepare students for successful professional careers in electrical or computer engineering. Our graduates can be found all over the world. They are productive and hold leadership positions in industry, academia and research laboratories.

Our faculty members are knowledgeable in their fields of study, and are authors of engineering books. There are several faculty members that have United States patents. Our faculty members are involved in various research projects. Four of the largest areas of research within the Department are: (1) Center for Battlefield Communication Research, (2) Center of excellence in Communications Systems Technology Research, (3) NASA Center for Applied Radiation Research and (4) NSF Project on Modeling and Testing of Advanced Mixed Signal Systems.

If you are a prospective undergraduate or graduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering, I advise you to peruse our website to learn more about the Department. We always welcome new and talented students to our program.

Pamela Holland Obiomon, Ph.D.
Interim Department Head and Associate Professor

 

ACCREDITATION STATUS:

The Electrical Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202 – telephone: 410-347-7700.

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