We provide a thorough grounding in electrical science, electrical engineering, and computer engineering, together with an intensive training in mathematics.


Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) offers a diverse curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our experienced faculty have active research programs in areas including: nanotechnology, computer architecture, power distribution and more.

We offer degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering at the bachelor, masters and doctoral levels. Both programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Learn more about ECE.

Electrical & Computer Engineering by the Numbers

  • 281

    Fall 2019 Undergraduate Enrollment - Computer

  • 427
    Fall 2019 Undergraduate Enrollment - Electrical
  • 138

    2019 Undergraduate Degrees - E&C

  • 185

    2019 M.S. Enrollment

  • 64

    2019 Ph.D. Enrollment

  • 34

    Full-time Faculty


The Qualifier exam, for those who entered Fall 2019 and later has been modified. Please read the new Qualifier Exam Policy. If you have any questions, please email the ECE Ph.D. Coordinator (Alkim_Akyurtlu@uml.edu). 

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