Electrical and Computer Engineers tackle the world’s biggest problems – renewable energy, global communications, public security, human health and welfare – through expertise in technology and innovation.
Electrical and Computer Engineering are involved in virtually every problem our nation and world faces. A degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Marquette University will prepare you for a rewarding career where you can really help people and make a difference. Because of the need for these skills, Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are consistently among the most sought-after degrees by employers.
Undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provide a state-of-the-art technical education in electrical and computer engineering, with the distinctive character of Marquette University.
At the MAS, we are passionate about making science tangible and exciting to everyone! We search for and facilitate innovative partnerships between science industries, research institutions, science teachers, college students, and the general public; creating dynamic activities and communities that mutually satisfy the common goals of all our partners. We combine our powerful resources of pedagogy and STEM field experts to create dynamic educational campaigns. These campaigns put a “face” to the science that affects everyday lives, and serves up science to the public — making them want to come back for more!
What is the ultimate goal? By satisfying our objectives to improve STEM education and STEM workforce development, we satisfy our over-arching goal, which is to increase civic science literacy. When Massachusetts residents are empowered with scientific knowledge, their decision-making is well informed, their voices are strong, and their communities are recognized; they have a direct hand in how science affects their daily lives.
The primary mission of the department is the education of its students. Its three undergraduate programs traditionally have attracted over 30% of all MIT undergraduates, and its doctoral programs are highly ranked and selective. A leader in cooperative education, the department has operated the highly successful VI-A Internship Program since 1917. The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade. Our goal: to spark high school girls' interest in future study of engineering and computer science.
MentorNet is the premiere and most experienced web-based e-mentoring program in the world. Every year They match thousands of students, postdocs, and early career researchers in engineering and science on hundreds of campuses to mentors in the professions for one-on-one guided relationships. Originally founded by Dr. Carol Muller in 1997 to help women engineers, their mission to diversify the global talent workforce has expanded to more than 70 science, engineering and technical fields and to serve all eligible students, with a focus on those who are underrepresented in their chosen fields. Today, they also provide the only social network where engineering and science students from across the U.S. and globally can create their profiles as future professionals, grow a future professional network of peers, mentors and future colleagues, share their experiences, and show their seriousness about their career aspirations.
The Metropolitan Community College is dedicated to serving the educational needs of the community. The college programs are intended to help students understand themselves, the society of which they are a part and the universe in which they live.
At the same time, MCC provides opportunities for students to develop occupational skills. Faculty and administrators cooperate to create an environment that stimulates intellectual growth and nurtures academic freedom for students and instructors alike. The programs offered are intended to encourage lifelong learning.
Finally, the MCC employees are committed to providing equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, creed, race or gender.
Learning is the focus of everything we do at Metropolitan Community College. Student learning is central to our mission; employee learning is key to our strength; and organizational learning is the foundation for innovation and growth. Learning is a lifelong process. Learners are whole persons with intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual, social, ethical, vocational, and economic dimensions.
If you are an adult learner looking to finish what you started by completing your bachelor’s degree or going on to obtain your master's or doctorate, Metropolitan State University should be your choice! Founded in 1971, the university is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system and is the only state university in the Twin Cities. With a strong tradition of individualized educational programs, we are fully committed to high-quality, affordable education for working adults. Faculty, staff and more than 11,000 full- and part-time students reflect the area’s rich diversity, provide a highly student-centered environment and demonstrate unwavering commitment to civic engagement. Look around our website. You’ll discover that Metropolitan State University is also exciting—and just the place for you to choose to launch you into a bright new future.
Today, more than 174,000 students attend Miami Dade College, a state-supported college with eight campuses and numerous outreach centers. They are the largest institution of higher education in the United States and one of the most highly regarded colleges in the nation. Each of their campuses has its own distinct identity and specialties. But, they also offer a broad base of general education courses, allowing you to take first-year classes at any of our campuses (except the Medical Campus). That means you get to decide what campus you want to attend. Take all of your first-year classes at one campus, or follow the path of some of our working students and take morning classes near your home and evening and weekend classes near your place of work. As you begin to take more advanced courses, you may need to focus your studies at a specific campus where your program is offered.
Miami University, a student-centered public university founded in 1809, has built its success through an unwavering commitment to liberal arts undergraduate education and the active engagement of its students in both curricular and co-curricular life. It is deeply committed to student success, builds great student and alumni loyalty, and empowers its students, faculty, and staff to become engaged citizens who use their knowledge and skills with integrity and compassion to improve the future of our global society.
Spartans work every day to advance the common good in uncommon ways. Together, we tackle some of the world’s toughest problems to find solutions that make life better—from alternative energy to better food safety to breakthrough medical and environmental applications achieved through rare isotope research. We teach. We explore and we discover. We collaborate and lead. We innovate, inspire, and empower. We achieve our potential and create circumstances that help our students and others achieve theirs. The nation’s pioneer land-grant university, MSU began as a bold experiment that democratized higher education and helped bring science and innovation into everyday life. The revolutionary concept became a model for the nation. Today, MSU is one of the top research universities in the world. Home to nationally ranked and recognized academic, residential college, and service-learning programs, we’re a diverse community of dedicated students and scholars, athletes and artists, scientists and leaders.
For more than 125 years, Michigan Tech faculty have explored the boundaries of knowledge while teaching students to become citizens who contribute to the sustainability of our world. In 1885, the University was founded as the Michigan Mining School, specializing in training for mining engineers. During the period of 1887 to 1898, student and faculty numbers increased, and the School was moved to its present location. By the time the institution became officially known as Michigan Technological University in 1964, several programs had been added to the curriculum: chemical, electrical, civil, mechanical, and geological engineering. Under the leadership of J. Robert Van Pelt, from 1956 to 1964, the University's long-dormant PhD programs were revived and an aggressive research initiative began. Between 1964 and present time, the University has grown into a leading public research university and a key educational partner within the state of Michigan, the nation, and beyond.