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Electrical & Computer Engineering students in the College of Engineering at Boise State University receive a broad Electrical Engineering education, resulting in a strong foundation that will serve them well throughout their careers.  This foundation includes circuit analysis, design, and testing; signals and transforms; semiconductor devices, microelectronic circuit design, digital system design, digital system design, microprocessors, electromagnetic fields, electromechanical systems, and communications.

Extensive classes offered in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering provide each student with the opportunity to specialize in a particular field of electrical engineering.

Today’s electrical engineers must be able to find solutions to new, complex technical problems.  They must have strong communication skills, and must be able to integrate technical concepts with practical applications.  The Boise State University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering arms students with the technical knowledge and real-world application skills to succeed in a multitude of fields within electrical and computer engineering.

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Engineering’s Cantley Wins Young Investigator Grant

Boise State University faculty member Kurtis Cantley has received a United States Air Force Young Investigator Program research grant to fabricate electronic chips that could be used to enhance the intelligence of both piloted and autonomous vehicles. The award is for $359,430.

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