Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Starting with a solid foundation of math and physics, students in Electrical Engineers design, and develop devices and systems that impact all facets of life. Electrical Engineering is at the core of almost all technology used in our daily lives. The curriculum covers the areas of communications, microelectronics, power, digital signal processing, wireless communications, sensors etc. Students are exposed to the use of this knowledge in applications such as robotics, autonomous vehicles, sensors, adaptive signal processing, satellite system engineering and various biomedical applications.

The department has several laboratories with state of the art equipment. The newly added Junior Design course is designed to have students get familiar with the latest hardware and software.

Computer Engineering

Starting with a solid foundation of math and physics, students in Computer Engineers design, develop and test hardware and software for various computer systems. This technology has been growing at a rapid pace. The curriculum covers areas of microprocessors, embedded systems, algorithms, operating systems, computer architecture, object oriented programming etc. Students are exposed to the use of this knowledge in applications such cybersecurity, Internet of Things, high performance computing, FPGAs, etc.

The department has several laboratories with state of the art equipment. The newly added Junior Design course is designed to have students get familiar with the latest hardware and software.

Degree Programs

Undergraduate

Computer Engineering – B.S. 2 Track Options
Comprehensive Track
Digital VLSI Track

Electrical Engineering – B.S.: 4 Track Options
Comprehensive Track
Communications and Signal Processing Track
RF and Microwaves Track
Power and Renewable Energy Track

Photonics Science and Engineering, B.S. (Joint program with UCF College of Optics & Photonics)

 

Graduate

Computer Engineering – M.S. and Ph.D.

Electrical Engineering – M.S. and Ph.D.

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