It is difficult to think of a professional field that has had a greater impact on our modern technological society than electrical and computer engineering. Every facet of modern life depends on solutions provided by electrical and computer engineers. Indeed, electrical and computer engineering either directly or indirectly contributed to the greatest engineering achievements of the twentieth century as tabulated by the National Academy of Engineering (http://www.greatachievements.org/). Life without electrical and computer engineering is a life without refrigeration, agricultural mechanization, telephones, air conditioning, automobiles, aircraft, radio, television, computers, satellites, health technologies, nuclear technologies, and the internet. We are proud to contribute to this heritage by offering our students an outstanding learning experience at all levels of study.
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