Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Are You Ready to Shape the Future?
Electronics and electronic systems form the foundation for today's technology-driven world. Yearly exponential growth in power and sophistication of computers and communications has become standard. Electrical engineers advance technologies essential to commerce, government, industry, and day-to-day applications such as smart phones and tablet computers.

A Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering offers students a broad foundation in engineering and the liberal arts, with the deep disciplinary knowledge needed to succeed in industry and beyond. Stevens prepares students to enter such an excitingly fast-paced world and to make advances from the start, with studies addressing such hot topics as

Telecommunications
Data Networks
Signal Processing
Digital Systems
Embedded Computing
Intelligent Systems
Electronics
Optoelectronics
Solid State Devices

A Wealth of Opportunities
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) fellows like Dr. Harry Heffes and Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Director Dr. Yu-Dong Yao. Dr. Yao, who is the Department Director of Electrical and Computer Engineering, sets the bar high for his department, publishing frequently and serving as Associate Editor or Editor on three separate IEEE publications.

Current projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) encompass cognitive radio, wireless network security, dynamic spectrum access, integrated wireless sensor networks, and distributed laser array synchronization.

Check out all of the research areas for Electrical and Computer Engineering:

  • Wireless Communications
  • Networks
  • Security
  • Control and Robotics
  • Signal Processing
  • Data and Multimedia Processing
  • Embedded Systems and Real-Time Software Engineering

Bring your education full circuit with electrical engineering. Visit the Electrical & Computer Engineering Web site for more details, or admissions to apply today.