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Department Background

We offer two of the eight engineering majors available at NDSU and are part of the College of Engineering. Established in 1926, our Electrical and Computer Engineering department is currently the 39th largest bachelor of science offered in electrical engineering in the country (ASEE 2003). Our department is large enough to be recognized by all aspects of the industry, yet small enough that our students get personalized attention from our esteemed faculty. Our department offers specialization in biomedical, computer, controls, communication and signal processing, electronics, electromagnetics, power, and optics. Here are some more statistics about our growing department.

General Statistics

Faculty and Staff

  • 16 faculty
  • 3 staff
Students (Spring 2012)
  • 282 Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)
  • 93 Bachelor of Science (Computer Engineering)
  • 25 Master of Science
  • 24 Doctor of Philosophy
Degrees Granted

Spring 2011

  • 29 Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)
  • 2 Bachelor of Science (Computer Engineering)
  • 4 Master of Science
  • 0 Doctor of Philosophy

Summer 2011

  • 9 Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)
  • 1 Bachelor of Science (Computer Engineering)
  • 5 Master of Science
  • 1 Doctor of Philosophy

Fall 2011

  • 16 Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering)
  • 7 Bachelor of Science (Computer Engineering)
  • 0 Master of Science
  • 0 Doctor of Philosophy

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Last Updated: Friday, November 08, 2013 2:00:05 PM