Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers design, develop and test electrical equipment to include smart sensors, electric motors, machinery controls, radar and navigation systems, power-generating systems and transmission devices.

UCF students may choose specialized electives in wireless communications and microelectronics. In addition, they can pursue a minor in robotics as part of their course work.

Students at UCF enjoy a high-tech, modern facility with laboratories in digital signals, wireless communications and miniaturization.

Computer Engineering

Computer engineers research, design, develop and test the installation of computer hardware and software. The explosive impact of technology has made computer software engineers in demand.

Centered in Orlando, a high-tech region, UCF students enjoy numerous training and career opportunities in software engineering, computer systems design, computer networks, intelligent systems design and application.

Through Eta Kappa Nu, the national Electrical and Computer Engineering honor society, students can participate in robot design and development for local and national competitions.

Degree Programs

Undergraduate

Computer Engineering – B.S.

Electrical Engineering – B.S.

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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