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Welcome to ECE

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oklahoma State University welcomes all students from Oklahoma and from diverse backgrounds across the world. We are highly recognized in the nation for our student-centered, laboratory intensive curriculum and are a partner of choice for employers seeking well educated, highly motivated, and uniquely creative college graduates dedicated to life-long learning. Our faculty are engaged in innovative research to create solutions and have knowledge relevant to the technological and scientific challenges of our time. We strive for excellence in all that we do, with the student at the focal point of our mission.

Outstanding Students

The ECE student is the focus of our Mission. Outstanding students from Oklahoma and the international community are enrolled in our baccalaureate and graduate programs. Upon graduation, ECE students compete for the best jobs and are well-positioned to pursue post-baccalaureate degrees. We pride ourselves with low student-to-faculty ratios and high retention rates that exceed 90%. Approximately 40% of the undergraduate student body and 60% of the graduate student body are either American Indian, Asian American, Black, Hispanic, Multiracial or International. Exceptional students today become notable  ECE Alumni in the future.
 
 

World Renowned Faculty

The faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering are committed to excellence - both in the classroom and the research laboratory.  Their research has been highly cited by their professional peers and appears in highly esteemed journals and conference publications.  All ECE faculty teach both undergraduate and graduate student courses each year, thus exposing all ECE students to the best minds in the ECE profession.  

Cutting-Edge Research

Through the process of discovery and research ECE students and professors are probing the large-scale and nano-scale electrical universe and advancing critical ECE technologies for the economic development of the State of Oklahoma and our country. Their intelligence, creative thinking, determination and unique insights form the foundation for their success in creating new theories, models and algorithms, and designing novel devices, components, systems and engineering tools.

Additional Resources and Information

ECE mission statement

The core mission of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is to provide high quality education to our degree seeking students and to conduct basic and applied innovated research.  We are laser-focused on our mission.

ABET and undergraduate program data

Accreditation is critical to our success. The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s baccalaureate BSEE and BSCpE degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.  

ECE annual newsletters

Learn more about the great things that ECE students and faculty are doing to execute on our core mission of teaching and research.

Industrial Advisory Board

The IAB is a valued constituent of the School who is passionate about student success.  Meet our members!

Distinguished Seminar Series

The Distinguished Seminar Series of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is a forum to showcase leading edge research being conducted by internationally renowned experts. The Series is open to the public.

ECE Announcements

ECE Welcomes Dr. Ying Zhang

January 23, 2024

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is excited to announce that Dr. Ying Zhang has joined our team as a tenure track assistant professor.

First Place Winners of the Fall 2023 ECE Design Competition

December 8, 2023

ECE Senior Design team winners

ECE Ph.D. student wins CEAT's 3MT Competition

October 27, 2023

On October 9, 2023, ECE Ph.D Student Zhidong Su placed first in CEAT's 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

ECE student named an OSU Senior of Significance

October 27, 2023

ECE is proud to announce that Kaylee Rolph has been named an OSU Senior of Significance.


O'Hara named 2024 President's Fellows Faculty Research Award recipient O'Hara named 2024 President's Fellows Faculty Research Award recipient Feb 26

Dr. John O’Hara — associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering was selected as a recipient of the 2024 President’s Fellows Faculty Research Award, a local grant program to support important and impactful research by Oklahoma State University faculty.

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering receives equipment donation from General Electric The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering receives equipment donation from General Electric Feb 22

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology received an equipment donation from General Electric that will give students first-hand, real-world experiences in renewable energy integration and distribution.

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