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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

At the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, we are preparing undergraduate and graduate students alike for Industry 4.0 — the world's fourth industrial revolution. We offer industry-leading programs in electrical and computer engineering, engineering management and our newly-launched robotics engineering program.

Our Mission

The ECE Department is dedicated to providing a well-rounded undergraduate education in electrical, computer, and robotics engineering. Our programs prepare students for a wide range of careers.  Our graduates exhibit a high level of professionalism and ethical behavior, and exercise socially responsible and reasoned judgment.

The faculty foster an academic environment conducive to strong faculty-student interaction in the classroom and laboratory.  They also encourage student participation in research projects.  The faculty conduct innovative applied and basic research that is appropriate for dissemination in nationally recognized journals and conference proceedings.

Our Programs


Earn a Bachelor of Science degree to define your career with one of our four majors, two of which are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Ground your studies with the fundamentals of engineering before diving deep into your specialization. Participate in research, internships, and other experiential opportunities designed to build proficiency hands-on and in the field.


Augment your education in any field with proficiency in the fundamentals of electronic systems. Our minor in Electrical Engineering addresses electrical/electronic circuits and microprocessor systems, combining engineering science with a strong base in engineering science, project-based laboratory, and design experiences.


Graduate Programs

In addition to a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, we offer a combined degree program for the future engineer who wants to graduate with a BS/MS in as few as five years. Both graduate options aim to establish your mastery of electrical/computer engineering and computational methods via research and real-world problem-solving. Students may pursue a research-based thesis program or a course-intensive, non-thesis option.

Find your Interest

From projects and research to study abroad to student organizations, there's an abundance of opportunities available to ECE students. The ECE department offers numerous curricular and extracurricular opportunities that could enrich your life at Miami and enhance your education. Your opportunity to get involved at Miami is limited only by your time and desire! 


Work alongside our outstanding faculty to inquire and discover

Study Abroad

Opportunities for faculty-led international studies are available within and outside of the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC).

Give to the Department

Help us elevate the next generation of electrical, computer and robotics engineers — and our society as a whole. We have numerous scholarships, grants and programs accepting contributions from donors like you.

Benton Hall in the fall

Undergraduate Admission

Prospective students interested in applying for the electrical engineering, computer engineering, robotics engineering or engineering management degree programs should visit the university admission site to begin and complete the process. There are no additional steps required for admission to college of engineering and computing degree programs.

Electrical circuits

Graduate Admission

Prospective students interested in applying for the MS program in Computational Electrical and Computer Engineering should visit the the ECE graduate studies site for more information.

It is also highly recommended that prospective graduate students contact ECE faculty to discuss their research interests.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Garland Hall, Room 260
650 E. High Street
Oxford, OH 45056