Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

An education in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will give you career versatility, job security, and an opportunity to create the innovations that will transform the 21st century. At Western New England University, we educate practitioners. Our hands-on curriculum allows you to apply the theory you learn in the classroom in our modern labs, starting in your very first year.

Electrical and Computer Engineers make up the largest percentage of working engineers. The industry is constantly growing in order to meet the demands of modern technology. Companies that employ our graduates include: United Technologies Corporation, Northeast Utilities, Texas Instruments, ISO New England, General Dynamics, Electric Boat, BAE, and Westinghouse.

The Western New England University Advantage

  • Full-time faculty teach all of your classes, no graduate assistants

  • With classes averaging 19 students, you’re guaranteed plenty of personal attention from our caring faculty

  • Undergraduate access to labs beginning in your first year means you’ll enjoy a wealth of hands on experience

Programs of Study

                Five-year BS in Electrical Engineering/MS in Electrical Engineering

                Five-year BS in Electrical Engineering/MS in Engineering Management

                Five-year BS in Computer Engineering/MS in Electrical Engineering

                Five-Year BS in Computer Engineering/MS in Engineering Management

                Five-year Bachelor/MBA program


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ABET Accreditation

The Electrical Engineering undergraduate program is accredited by the EAC Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

bullet_offVision and Mission
bullet_offComputer Engineering 
bullet_offElectrical Engineering
bullet_offFive-year BS/MS in Electrical Engineering 
bullet_offFive-year Bachelor/MS in Engineering Management
bullet_offSix-year Engineering/Law
bullet_offBachelor/MBA Degree
bullet_offMaster of Science
      Electrical Engineering
bullet_offBeyond ECE
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bullet_offTransfer Students
bullet_offHigh School Students Learn About STEM Programs
bullet_offSenior Design Projects

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Inside Electrical Engineering 


Fields: Power systems engineering, electrical equipment manufacturing, and electric utilities systems

Opportunities: Various opportunities working with different electrical systems including: electric power generators, wireless phone transmitters, high-density batteries, and navigation systems