Electrical and Computer Engineering, an undergraduate program within the College of Science & Engineering, with 54 faculty and more than 460 undergraduate students, is a leading international program in education and research for electrical and computer engineering. ECE provides students with the skills to serve as key contributors of talent, expertise, and innovative ideas. Our graduates join leading academic research institutions and companies in a broad range of industries and technologies worldwide.
In its second edition Writing Plan, Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty members will use new lab notebook materials developed in plan one in additional 3000-level lab courses. Small groups of faculty are also developing writing guidelines for their subdisciplines, including guidelines for coding and code commentary. The department’s efforts continue to focus on drawing effective conclusions and responding persuasively to varied audiences.