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Give Back to the Pack | 48-Hour Giving Challenge | February 8–10

Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Circuit Board Giveaway

The first 150 people who donate $250 or more to the ECE Department Strategic Initiative Fund will be entered into a drawing. Ten (10) lucky winners will receive a U.P. silhouette circuit board made right here on campus that shows where your heart belongs. Gifts must be made online. Limit one per donor.

Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Optics and Photonics Endowed Scholarship Fund Match

For each dollar raised, Eustace Dereniak '63 will match up to $15,000 to support the Optics and Photonics Endowed Scholarship Fund.

Computer Engineering

Innovation is key in the steadily growing computer engineering field. Our graduates are prepared for R&D, and fields, ranging from movie special effects to nanotechnology.

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Electrical Engineering

Contribute to the 21st century in technological areas that you can only begin to imagine. From communications to signal processing, the department can prepare you to transform society.

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Robotics Engineering

Understand the “why” of robots and autonomous machines in a variety of settings beyond industry and manufacturing. Apply these principles to vehicles, machinery, microcontrollers, and other robotic systems.

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Students determine a flexible mix of coursework in electrical and computer engineering, engineering from related fields, physical sciences, and computer science.

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  • $72.6K

    average nationwide starting salary for ECE jobs

  • 260%

    increase in graduate enrollment over the past 10 years

  • 99%

    undergraduate placement rate

  • $3.5M

    in new research grants and contracts awarded to ECE faculty for fiscal year 2016

"Electrical engineering and computer science is the number one highest paying college major in 2022 at $119,200 early-career median pay."CBS News reporting on Payscale