The incessant expansion of the Internet, Wireless Communications, Information Technology and Alternative Energy Technologies continues to fuel demand for electrical engineers and computer scientists.

Majoring in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science thus offers excellent professional prospects and challenging career opportunities. Our dedicated and internationally recognized faculty is committed to providing a top-notch education which prepares students to successfully enter the job market or to continue for advanced studies at the graduate level.

Program Requirements

The doctoral program requires a master's degree in an appropriate field at an accredited institution; successful completion of a minimum of 30 credit hours above the master's degree; a written doctoral qualifying examination and a written comprehensive examination; completion of an approved dissertation in a selected area; and passing of an oral examination of the dissertation. Doctoral programs are arranged in close consultation with a faculty advisor.

Programs of Study

Concentration areas: Bioinformatics, Distributed and Real-time systems, High Speed Communications and Networking, Intelligent Information Systems, MicroOptics and BioImaging, and Signal and Image Processing.