Established in 1928, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at MTU has been supplying the world with highly skilled scientists and engineers whose credentials and innovations are unmatched--a working laboratory in which students and faculty pursue and create knowledge at its cutting edge.
The ECE programs are suited to today's technological society. Students have flexibility as they choose how to make their mark on the world. Both the MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering are offered, with concentrations in computer engineering, energy systems, information systems, and solid-state electronics.
Research programs are under way in the areas of sensing and imaging, wireless communications and networks, electric power and energy, and solid-state electronics.
The faculty are accomplished, and their work is prominent worldwide. Several hold editorial positions with major journals, including IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, the Journal of Modeling and Simulation, and the Journal of Electric Power Components and Systems.
Michigan Technological University is accredited by: North Central Association of Colleges and School