With a degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering or engineering management, you will be poised to tackle some of the most important technical challenges facing society. In addition to the liberal education expected of all Miami undergraduates, our professors will guide and mentor you as you build a solid foundation in engineering, science, computing and mathematics.  This foundation will enable you design technologies as diverse as robots, cell phones, GPS devices and computers.  Hands-on experiences, teamwork and communication skills are integrated throughout the curriculum. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to enter industry or continue your education in graduate school.

Student Spotlight

  • Student Awards

    ECE Early Career Award
    Ross Cortino

    ECE Academic Achievement Award
    Luke Pitstick

    ECE Outstanding Service Award
    Adam Gaynor

    $1,000 IEEE Cincinnati Section Scholarship
    Justin Demus

    $2000 IEEE Power & Energy Society Plus Initiative Scholarship
    Jack Knoll

    $1000 Applied Power Electronics Conference Presentation
    Ben Shaffer

  • Graduate Awards

    • Best graduate student paper at 16th Wireless Telecommunications Symposium - Patrick Cutno (Advisor: C. Cheng)
    • $1000 NSF travel support to Yosuf Elsaadany to attend IEEE PerCom held in Hawaii, 2017. (advisor: J. Majumder/D. Ucci)
    • $2000 travel support to Mohamed Elsaadany from ACM SIGAPP and Microsoft to attend CM SAC 2017 in Morocco. (advisor: J. Majumder/D. Ucci)
    • Yanlin Li – Recipient of the International Research Program scholarship for summer 2017 from Jicamarca Radio Observatory . (Advisor: Q. Zhou)
    • Austin Lowder $2500 Travel grant for participation in the 27th IEEE/NPSSSymposium on Fusion Engineering, held in Shanghai China June 4-8, 2017 (Advisor: Scott).
  • Snowplow Competition

    ECE students beside their prize winning autonomous plow

    A team of Miami ECE students (Team RedBlade) won first place, $7000, and the Golden Snow Globe Award in the fourth annual Institute of Navigation (ION) Autonomous Snowplow Competition. Read more: Team RedBlade wins Autonomous Snowplow Competition »

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