Our Electrical Engineering Program contains both the Computer Engineering Track and the Electrical Engineering Track. Electrical and electronics engineers research, design and test products for power, communications, navigation and manufacturing systems, as well as circuits, lasers and optoelectronics.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Undergraduate Electrical Engineering
Undergraduate Computer Science
The discipline of computer science covers the breadth of computing technologies that have since developed in this rapidly changing field.
Graduate Electrical Engineering
Graduate study in electrical engineering will give you the tools to design, implement, and test and create the next generation of electrical and electronics systems.
Graduate Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science offers master's and doctoral degree programs, as well as a variety of specialized research opportunities.
EECS at OHIO
Whether you want to work for an industry giant like Intel, Boeing, or Google, a startup in Silicon Valley, or build your own company from the ground up, the Russ College’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a world-class student-centered learning experience on the cutting edge of research, design, and development of software and systems that power the world today – and for tomorrow.
October 1, 2021OHIO’s Student Accessibility Services will host a virtual presentation by alumnus Don Finley entitled “Thriving with ADHD” from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to join via Microsoft Teams to hear from Finley about his experience as a professional working with emerging technology, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, and thriving with ADHD. Read the full article at OHIO News.Read More
Russ College alumni, student team up to develop patent-pending phone call transcription deviceJune 1, 2021As a patent attorney, Ohio University graduate Mike Medley, BSEE ’01, has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications. But in recent months, he has been pursuing some patents of his own, collaborating with two fellow Bobcats to develop a device that transcribes phone conversations in real time—all to help individuals with hearing impairments better connect with their loved ones. Read the full article at OHIO News.Read More
OHIO engineering pair named semi-finalists in international simulation competitionFebruary 8, 2021Two graduate students in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology received semi-finalist recognition for their submission in the 2020 Simio Student Case Competition, which challenges participants to solve problems using simulation software.Read More