The electrical engineering bachelor’s program at Stevens teaches the tools and skills you need to understand and apply today’s technologies and become leaders in developing tomorrow’s technologies and applications.

Telecommunications, data networks, signal processing, digital systems, embedded computing, intelligent systems, and electronics are just a few of the exciting and rapidly evolving areas of electrical engineering 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 everyday tech gadgets like smart phones and gaming systems.

The electrical engineering undergraduate program at Stevens 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. Undergraduates have access to state-of-the-art academic and research laboratories such as the ECE Makerspace where students can create unique parts for their electronic designs, including circuit boards, enclosures and other parts.

A thorough, broad-based curriculum with strong technical courses taught by globally renowned faculty facilitates the integration of science, technology, and business skills that the field will require. The program culminates with a project-oriented, two-semester senior design course through which future graduates develop the entrepreneurial and project management skills needed to become a future technology leader.

The Bachelor of Engineering program in computer engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET. Enrollment and Graduation Data

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Stevens undergraduate programs give students the opportunity to learn by doing with hands-on and real world education around building engineering solutions, applying for patents, and becoming an entrepreneur.