About the Department
EECS is the largest department in the Tickle College of Engineering with more than 45 full-time faculty members who are respected, world-class leaders in their fields and are dedicated to teaching students and aiding them in developing the technical and communication skills necessary to have successful careers.
EECS houses three academic programs: computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering, with BS, MS, and PhD degrees offered in each. A rigorous curriculum prepares our students to be successful in their future profession and offers them the flexibility to choose courses that match their interest areas.
EECS is a diverse department with varied research interests, including artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, embedded systems, electronics, high performance computing, power and energy, visualization and image processing, and wireless and sensor networks.
The department is located in the 150,000-square-foot Min H. Kao Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building and houses state-of-the-art instructional facilities, including teaching laboratories with the latest electrical and electronic equipment, computers, and software.