Electrical & Computer Engineering
Make a Difference in Society Through Smart Engineering!
The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading up to Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering (CISE). Our undergraduate program offers a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B. S. E. E.) and a concentration in Computer Engineering under the B.S. E. E. degree.
The graduate programs offer a Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree, a Master of Science (M.S.) and a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Systems Engineering. The M.E. degree offers concentrations in Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering. The Electrical Engineering concentration offers emphasis in Control Systems and Robotics, Communication Systems and Power Systems. The Ph. D. in CISE offers concentrations in Computer Communications and Networks, Control Systems and Signal Processing, and Computer Aided Manufacturing and Robotics.
WHAT IS AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER?
Engineering is the professional art of applying science to the optimum conversion of the resources of nature to the uses of humankind.
- Electrical Engineers are responsible for our higher standard of living and impact every facet of human life through design & development in telecommunication and computer communication industry, research in federal laboratories, control and robotics in manufacturing and Electric Power and Renewable Energy
- Exciting field on the cutting edge of technology for more than a century.
- Electrical engineers design, develop, build and test electrical and electronic devices such as
- Smartphones, Tablets, and HD TV, Computers
- Energy and Power -Renewable Energy and Smart Grid
- Signal and Image Processing and Health Monitoring
- Broadcast and Communication Systems (portable music players to Global Positioning Systems (GPS))
- Electronics and Computer Hardware
- Robots and intelligent control systems.
- Learn the physics of electricity and magnetism; mathematics of circuits and systems; and engineering tools of analysis and design.
- Training in the design and manufacture of economical and safe products that enhance the quality of life of human beings.
WHY BECOME AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER?
- Electrical/Computer Engineering graduates command
and hold the largest percentage of the engineering workforce (
jobs in 2010) (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Electrical Engineers contribute to efficient energy and make a difference in life and society
- TSU ECE graduates work for major and small companies including
Boeing, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Intel, TVA, Bell South, and Nashville Electric
- Increasing demand for electrical engineers to develop smart grid communications equipment (ex. 4G LTE for
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint
, etc), environmentally friendly energy, and consumer electronics products (ex. Smart phones and Tablets)
- ECE graduates are sought out and have the opportunity to pursue graduate study in other fields such as
- Medical degree
- Law degree
- Electrical Engineers work in all kinds of environments
- Private consulting
- Graduate school
Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering students at Tennessee State can be eligible for a number of scholarships.
Graduates of our Program are qualified for the following careers:
- Computer communication and network industry.
- Electric power utilities.
- Image, signal processing, and health monitoring
- Electronics and digital manufacturers.
- Consulting defense and industry.
- Pursue Graduate school (
go for Masters and Ph. D)