Undergraduate students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have the option to pursue their Bachelor of Science in both Electrical and Computer Engineering.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department provides both Undergraduate and Graduate students a solid foundation in their area of study. Whether your focus is Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Telecommunications Engineering you’ll find your way here.
Graduate students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have the option to pursue their Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy in Computer, Electrical, and Telecommunications Engineering.
Access to the 40,000 SF UTDesign Studio
Computer Engineering, among public schools in Texas
Top Universities in the World Founded Less Than 50 Years Ago, Times Higher Education
Faculty Members in ECE
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department provides extensive facilities for research in a broad area of studies.
A team of researchers from The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science and Fudan University in China took the Best Paper Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics (IEEE) Eighth Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference, which was held at Columbia University in fall 2017.
UC Berkeley, Graduate Researcher
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provided me with the opportunities to take rigorous analog and RF courses as an undergrad and to work on exciting Terahertz research with Dr. Kenneth O at the Texas Analog Center of Excellence. Through the Senior Design Program I was able to brainstorm technological ideas to reduce gun violence in America. Seeing our prototype to fruition with my friends and the support of Dr. James Florence was my favorite part of the capstone project.
Because of UTD’s fast paced track to tier one! UTD’s environment is changing at literally a new building per year and increasing student and faculty. Change like this is seen at all tiers of UTD and translates to opportunities for growth, research and learning for students.