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Electronics & Communication engineering draws on many disciplines all linked by a common thread: the generation, control, and use of electromagnetic energy. Electronics & Communication Engineers use its various forms—including direct or alternating currents, radio waves, visible light and X-rays—to sense the world around us, shape the flow of energy and data, explore and cure the human body, activate remote robotic systems and more.
Electronics & Communication Engineers can be found driving innovation in a wide range of industries. Here are just a few examples:
Two words: our faculty. As leaders in their respective fields, they are well-grounded in the latest technologies and are often the masterminds behind them. Faculty members provide undergraduate students with one-on-one advising and opportunities to work in labs.
In addition, our high-tech instructional labs provide an unparalleled environment for coursework, extracurricular exploration and teamwork. Our challenging curriculum prepares students for both the workforce and graduate school.
Our graduate students have opportunities to work on cross-disciplinary topics, ranging from nanobiology to fiber lasers, smart lighting to advanced signal processing. We expect our graduate students to present their work at national and international conferences, publish in leading journals and become active members of our community, and we offer excellent possibilities for funding and support.