Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Building 9-407, Phone: (909) 869-2511
Phyllis Nelson, Chair
Halima M. El Naga, Graduate Coordinator
Rajan M. Chandra
Dennis J. Fitzgerald
James S. Kang
Hyoung Soo Kim
Ha Thu Le
|Mohammad A. Massoudi
Saeed S. Monemi
Brita H. Olson
Toma H. Sacco
Jenny (Zhen) Yu
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE), and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE). Graduate students enrolled in the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) program may select from the following options: Communication Systems, Computer Systems, or Control and Robotics Systems. The B. S. in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and the BS in Computer Engineering (BSCpE) are designed to produce well-educated engineering professionals.
Our undergraduate curriculum is designed to provide a well-rounded education encompassing both theory and the practice of engineering. Students are required to take many 'hands-on' laboratories where the practical application of classroom theory is experienced. Additionally, a senior project involving design, implementation, and evaluation is required of all undergraduates and often takes the form of a multidisciplinary team project. Our undergraduate students are well-prepared upon graduation to begin either a professional career or continue their education in a graduate program.
Graduates from the ECE department are in demand by a broad cross-section of industry, government, public utilities and educational institutions as a result of the effective integration of theory and practical experience within the curriculum. The students are prepared for employment in design and development, test and evaluation, and applied research.
Students desiring to major in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering should have a aptitude for science and mathematics, and incoming high school graduates should have taken college preparatory courses in these disciplines. Incoming transfer students should consult an advisor in the ECE department at Cal Poly Pomona to determine which courses meet the program requirements. All ECE courses are open only to BSEE ,BSCpE, and MSEE majors, unless otherwise specified.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering students are encouraged to become active in the student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as well as many other College of Engineering and University student organizations. Qualified students are invited to join the student chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the national electrical engineering honor society.
CoursesElectrical and Computer Engineering
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