Why study electrical and computer engineering at CBU?
Work in the industry and gain real-world experience
One of the most important parts of students’ college training will be learning in
a real engineering job. Students have a special course to prepare them for this first
engineering job. Their official internship will be the summer of their junior year,
although other opportunities may occur for them to work in the industry.
Learn how to manage projects
Industrial representatives continue to emphasize that they wish new engineers had
more project management experience. Engineering students in their junior year work
with and co-mentor business students. Our goal is that eventually all students in
our program will develop one of their own creative ideas and go through the process
to receive a provisional patent.
Have a cross-cultural experience
The current dean understands the value of engineering in a global context and the
importance of becoming globally aware having spent almost two years in India as a
tentmaker in the "Silicon Valley of Asia." Currently, opportunities are being developed
for engineering students to travel to and work in China, India, Korea, Rwanda, the
Caribbean and Central America.
Complete in 3 years
Learn more about the engineering accelerated program that will allow you to earn your Bachelor
of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering in as little as 3 years.
CBU's bachelor degree program in electrical and computer engineering (BSECE) has been
accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org, under the General Criteria and the Electrical, Computer, Communications, Telecommunication(s)
and Similarly Named Engineering Programs Program Criteria.