The mission of the ECE undergraduate program is to provide students with a broad and flexible education in electrical and computer engineering, to prepare its graduates for rapidly changing technological fields, and give them a sound basis for professional practice, advanced education, active citizenship, and lifelong learning. The students are prepared to expand this knowledge through research into new technologies, design methods, and analysis techniques that link the knowledge with multi-disciplinary fields and advance the state of the art. With a knowledge of contemporary technological issues and their impact globally, economically, and environmentally, electrical and computer engineers are at the forefront of advances that continually transform society.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's bachelor of science degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET
The School of Engineering Mission Statement was revised and ratified by the faculty on October 7, 2011. The mission statement is as follows:
Educate and train the future engineers for a complex, diverse, and global workplace.
Provide innovative, high-quality, relevant education to undergraduate and graduate students using the latest technology and educational techniques.
Engage a diverse student body that exemplifies the core values of an engineering education for the purpose of improving and developing systems that solve complex problems and improve quality of life.
Conduct state-of-the-art and relevant research that embraces technology to address societal challenges of a multifaceted United States and a globally connected world.
- Conduct cutting-edge research in strategically important engineering areas.
- Create an environment to encourage and assist faculty to become research leaders in their fields, gaining further national and international recognition.
Serve as a resource to local, state, and regional stakeholders to advance the public interest.