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The ECE department has eight full-time faculty members with expertise in the areas of embedded systems and software, electric power, electro-hydrodynamics, control, signal and image processing and communications. Faculty members’ efforts in teaching and research are supported by area-specific laboratories and state-of-the-art classrooms located on the third floor of the Zurn Science Building.
The Electrical Engineering Program has two options: Electrical
and Electronics and Computer Engineering. The program is designed to
guide students to build technical competency and effective communication and
leadership skills. Our program integrates the Core of Discovery and emphasizes
holistic student development in accordance with the mission of Gannon
University. The educational objectives for the undergraduate program,
which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, are to
produce graduates who:
To achieve these objectives, the ECE Program maintains a modern curriculum, state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching techniques, a well-qualified faculty, and a strong advising system
The world of electrical and computer engineering is an ever-changing one. The advances during a new graduate’s working career of approximately 40 years will be phenomenal with applied undergraduate engineering courses slowly becoming obsolete. The most useful knowledge obtained from the undergraduate courses are the mathematics, engineering science and humanities courses, plus the acquired ability to attack and solve new problems in a forthright manner. Graduate school is the next step in a lifetime of learning for both new graduates and for those who have been out a few years and recognize the need for more education.