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Welcome to the profession of ECE

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) believes that our profession is one of the most fulfilling and rewarding professions for those who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and wish to use STEM knowledge to make the world a better place.  ECE is a game-changing profession that positively impacts all people in all parts of the world.  Our technologies have driven the economic expansion of the world for the past 100 years and will continue to do so for many years to come.

 

ECE Degree Programs

The School offers numerous degree programs - two of which are available fully online - for almost anyone at any stage of their professional development.
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Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

An ABET accredited four year, 123 credit-hour undergraduate degree program that prepares students for an entry-level position in electrical engineering or for post-baccalaureate studies.  

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE)

An ABET accredited four year, 124 credit-hour undergraduate degree program that prepares students for an entry-level position in computer engineering or for post-baccalaureate studies.

Dual Degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering (BSEE/BSCpE)
An ideal program for those who seek broad knowledge of electrical engineering and in-depth knowledge of computer engineering.  It requires 12 additional credit hours beyond the BSCpE degree and prepares students for an advanced entry-level position in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or for post-baccalaureate studies.

BSCpE:  Software Engineering Option

Electrical and Computer Engineering will offer a Software Engineering Option (SEO) as part of the Computer Engineering degree, effective fall 2021.

Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (MEngEE, non-thesis)

A 33 credit-hour graduate program tailored for students who wish to gain advanced knowledge in subject areas associated with their professional pursuits.  This non-research, instructional program is ideal for students interested in advanced professional development.  ONLINE OPTION AVAILABLE!

Accelerated "4+1" Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
A value-added program for undergraduate students who want advanced training and education for highly specialized entry-level positions.  It is designed to be completed in five years by conjoining the four year BSEE/BSCpE programs with MEngEE program.  The program allows 9 credit-hours of the BSEE/BSCpE programs to be applied to the MEngEE program, thus requiring only 24 additional credit-hours for the MEngEE program, which can then be completed in one year. 

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE, thesis)

A 30 credit-hour graduate program tailored for students who wish to gain advanced knowledge in subject areas associated with their professional pursuits.  The program emphasizes research as part of the learning experience and culminates with the publication of a thesis.  This program is an ideal preparatory experience for students who wish to pursue a PhD.  ONLINE OPTION AVAILABLE!

Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical Engineering (PhDEE)

The most advanced graduate degree program designed for students who wish to pursue research as an occupation in industrial or governmental laboratories, or for those who wish to have an academic career that emphasizes teaching and/or research.  The focus of the program is on original and novel research that culminates in the publication of a dissertation.

Online options in ECE

The MEngEE and MSEE programs are offered both on the Stillwater campus and online.  The online option is ideal for those who seek a professional degree that is convenient to their location, schedule, and learning space.  The MEngEE and MSEE programs are offered through CEAT Online Learning.

 

Scholarship Opportunities

ECE students can qualify for scholarships offered at the School level, College level and the University level.
Each year the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology awards over $3 million in scholarship support.
 

 

 

 

 

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