Electrical and computer engineers combine science, mathematics, and engineering with their problem-solving skills to create the phones, cars, tablets, and thousands of other products we use every day.
At LTU, you’ll receive a strong background in developing, designing, and operating electrical hardware and software, control systems, and communication and power systems. Your industry-savvy professors will help you sharpen your skills in all aspects of computer and electrical engineering so that you can enter this vital field and create the next-generation products, services, and information systems that will continue to fuel our technology driven world.
The University has a selective admissions process, the objective of which is to identify men and women who have the highest potential for advancement in their chosen field of study.
Bachelor of Science in
Computer engineers play an integral role in the design and maintenance of large systems including aircraft, automobiles, medical instrumentation, telecommunication systems, and factory automation.
Master of Science in
Artificial Intelligence engineers analyze problems and programming solutions that require advanced AI algorithms such as machine learning, deep learning, data mining, and pattern recognition.
Explore Electrical and Computer Labs
Learn more about the labs available to Electrical and Computer Engineering students.
Meet the Faculty
Department Chair & Associate Professor
Nabih Jaber's research interests focus on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), wireless communications, coding and information theory, Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) vehicular systems, smart grid power line communications, sensor networks, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems/Autonomous Vehicles (ADAS/AV).
Co-ops + Internships
Get inspired by LTU students who found internship and co-op opportunities – then dare to explore your own through LTU Career Services, or on-campus job and career fairs.
Ashley was working with technologies like lasers, robotics, and optical electronics while earning her degree. Now she's working full-time as an engineer.