Students in our Electrical Engineering Program can choose the Computer Engineering track or 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
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 (EECS) 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 beyond.
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. Potential careers from this degree include a range of industries, such as software development, networking, consulting, insurance and banking.
Graduate Electrical Engineering
Graduate study in electrical engineering will give you the tools to design, implement, test and create the next generation of electrical and electronics systems that keep our planet connected. We also offer an online M.S. in Electrical Engineering.
Graduate Computer Science
With a master’s or doctoral degree in computer science, you can influence the future of computing systems — from immersive technologies to supercomputing. The Department of Computer Science offers both 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.
Ph.D. student Huiru Wang successfully defends dissertationDecember 2, 2022
Huiru Wang, a Ph.D. student in the Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Technology (ICMT), successfully defended her dissertation.Read More
Computer science students build Discord bot in HACK OHI/O competitionNovember 22, 2022
Computer science students Justin Garey, Reilly Schultz and Silas Springer traveled to Columbus, Ohio to represent Ohio University in a collegiate hackathon, a coding competition.Read More