Among "The top 10 colleges for a computer science degree" by USA Today, 2016.
Electricity, electronics and electromagnetism are exciting and rapidly evolving fields that dominate today's technology-driven world. As the power and sophistication of information technology grows exponentially, electrical engineers with digital expertise are essential to commerce, government, industry, and commonplace gadgetry such as smart phones and tablets.
At Stevens, a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering offers students a foundation in fundamental engineering and the liberal arts, while focusing on the deep disciplinary knowledge needed to succeed in the electrical industry, and beyond. Students can explore:
- Data Networks
- Signal Processing
- Digital Systems
- Embedded Computing
- Intelligent Systems
- Solid State Devices
In addition, undergraduate students have access to world-class faculty including Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellows — Dr. Hongbin Li and Dr. Yu-Dong Yao. Research at Stevens is often funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), examining a number of prominent topic areas from cognitive radio to wireless network control and security to distributed laser array synchronization.