The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering offers one undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees. At the undergraduate level, students can acquire a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE). For post-baccalaureate studies, we offer a Master of Science, Master of Engineering, and a doctoral degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE).
- The program leading to the Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE) is a thesis-based program designed to prepare students for research and development and further study at the doctoral level.
- The program leading to the Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEngrECE) is a non-thesis program with a focus on professional development.
- The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree is the terminal degree in ECE. Students are expected to conduct research leading to a contribution that enhances the state-of-the-art in ECE research and knowledge.