Stocker Center 329
Athens, OH 45701
120 Chubb Hall
1 Ohio University
Athens, OH 45710
From global positioning systems to the latest cell phone technology, electrical and electronics engineers research, design, develop, and test new products in a wide range of technologies such as electric power, wired and wireless communications, aviation and satellite navigation systems, controls, manufacturing systems, electronic circuits, lasers, optoelectronics, and semiconductor devices.
Electrical and computer engineering graduates have gone on the work in engineering and business consulting firms; government agencies; electrical, electronic and computer equipment manufacturers; and transportation, communications and utilities firms; as well as the computer and data processing services industry, computer programming, systems integration, and information retrieval.
The School of EECS has more than 30 faculty with Ph.D.s in electrical engineering, computer science, or closely related disciplines. Computer science faculty hold doctoral degrees in computer science from well-respected institutions such as Stanford, Purdue, and Case-Western Reserve. They have substantial experience in the industry, and some regularly consult with industrial and governmental agencies. Ongoing faculty endeavors include research in bioinformatics, computer algorithms, networking, operating systems, computer vision, massively multiplayer computer gaming, artificial intelligence, real-time systems, software engineering, and medical imaging. All faculty are closely involved with the undergraduate program. To learn more about our faculty, click here.
Electrical Engineering Track
Computer Engineering Track
The Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology educates well-rounded professionals with both technical and team-project skills. Enrolling approximately 1,400 undergraduate students and almost 300 graduate students, the Russ College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees across the traditional engineering spectrum and in technology disciplines such as aviation, computer science, and industrial technology. Strategic research areas include bioengineering, energy and the environment, and smart civil infrastructure. Named for alumnus Fritz Russ and his wife Dolores, the Russ College is home of the Russ Prize, one of the top three engineering prizes in the world.
Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio and the first in the Northwest Territory. Admission to Ohio University is granted to the best-qualified applicants as determined by a selective admission policy.