Undergraduate advising

The advisor-student team is critical to your educational success. Missouri S&T and the ECE department are committed to providing you with the resources you need to excel in your course of study.

Electrical Engineering Degree Information

The department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) developed this handbook to assist you with the electrical engineering program. We provide the names of a number of professors and administrators that you can contact. We also summarize information available in other Missouri S&T documents and provide websites where you can find more information.

You may wish to pursue a dual degree, minor or emphasis area(s).

Dual Degree

A dual degree in electrical and computer engineering can be received by taking at least 11 credit-hours of additional coursework.

Dual Degree PDF

Minors

We offers minor programs in electrical engineering and computer engineering. If you complete a minor program, the designation minor in electrical engineering, or minor in computer engineering, will be placed on your transcript in addition to any academic honors based upon your Missouri S&T GPA.

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emphasis areas

You may wish to pursue an electrical engineering B.S. degree with a formal emphasis. A declared emphasis area is not required. You may choose to obtain an electrical engineering degree with a declared emphasis in one or more of the emphasis areas of electrical engineering.

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Football charts, or course flow charts, can help you map out your undergraduate curriculum. Use the charts as a reference when enrolling in classes for the semester. If you have any questions, consult your advisor.  

Dual Degree

This course frequency document shows when particular electrical engineering classes are offered. This information is helpful when planning which courses you will take in the upcoming semesters.

Electrical Engineering Course Frequency (Excel)

Computer Engineering Degree Information

The department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) developed this handbook to assist you with the electrical engineering program. We provide the names of a number of professors and administrators that you can contact. We also summarize information available in other Missouri S&T documents and provide websites where you can find more information.

You may wish to pursue a dual degree, minor or emphasis area(s).

Dual Degree

A dual degree in electrical and computer engineering can be received by taking at least 11 credit-hours of additional coursework.

Dual Degree PDF

Minors

We offers minor programs in electrical engineering and computer engineering. If you complete a minor program, the designation minor in electrical engineering, or minor in computer engineering, will be placed on your transcript in addition to any academic honors based upon your Missouri S&T GPA.

View Minors

Football charts, or course flow charts, can help you map out your undergraduate curriculum. Use it as a reference when enrolling in classes for the semester. If you have any questions, consult your advisor.  

Dual Degrees

This course frequency document shows when particular computer engineering classes are offered. This information is helpful when planning which courses you will take in the upcoming semesters.

Computer Engineering Course Frequency (Excel)

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Mehdi Ferdowsi
Mehdi Ferdowsi

Professor and Associate Chair for EE Undergraduate Studies

Joe Stanley
Joe Stanley

Associate Professor and Associate Chair for CpE

Robert Woodley
Robert Woodley

Advising and Recruiting Specialist