Earn a degree in electrical and computer engineering, and you'll have the tools you need to create a faster smartphone, a thinner laptop, even a more powerful automotive navigation system. Electrical and computer engineers design and build the gadgets we use everyday, as well as the computer hardware within larger systems like airplanes and robotic assembly lines. A creative, hands-on discipline with a strong math component, electrical and computer engineering students learn to work with controls, computer systems, telecommunications, fiber optics, remote sensors, circuits and more.
At Wayne State's College of Engineering, you'll learn from nationally renowned faculty experts and benefit from our High Impact Practices of Student Success: team-based learning, global perspective, undergraduate research, internships and co-ops, and community service.
World-renowned expert on control theory and its applications. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) fellow for contributions to system identification and the analysis of system complexity. International expert team member in the Academy of Mathematics and System Sciences. Author, speaker and receipient of five major grants totaling more than $2.7 million in the last three years. Recipient of the College of Engineering's inaugural Faculty Research Excellence Award.
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