ECE: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Accredited by ABET
Undergraduate Programs

ECE Specializations & Concentrations


Power Electronics Concentration

A formal option in power electronics is available that involves 15 credit hours of technical electives. See details at the CPES website.

ECE students can select from a wide variety of design and technical electives to develop specializations, obtain a formal concentration in power electronics, or continue a broad sampling of ECE areas.

ECE has a faculty technical advising referral system for students interested in specific specialties. Contact the ECE Advisors for a referral.

Common technical specializations

  • antennas and satellites
  • artificial intelligence
  • biomedical engineering
  • bioelectronics
  • communications
  • computer architecture
  • computer hardware design
  • computer networks
  • computer programming
  • computer system administration
  • computer vision
  • controls and systems
  • design automation
  • digital signal processing
  • electromagnetics
  • electronics
  • embedded systems
  • microelectronics & nanotechnology: A formal minor in electronics is available.