A blend of fundamentals and theory, practical applications, and hands-on learning prepares you for an engineering career.
Programs by discipline
Work where hardware and software systems intersect. Use circuits, logic gates and physics to design computer systems and use your programming skills to develop the ways they will interact with software.
Design and build systems using the transmission, storage or generation of electricity. Electrical engineers concentrate their work on electrical devices and systems ranging from telecommunications to robotics to control systems in planes, through the application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.
Examine the science and technological capabilities of materials and devices on the nanometer scale: quantum materials, nanoconstructs for medical applications, nanomechanical systems and biological circuits.