All students in our ABET-accredited Electrical Engineering (EE) and Computer Engineering (CpE) programs take a sequence of required core courses in math, science, and engineering with weekly hands-on laboratories.
Students can learn about a vast array of topics such as nanotechnology, medical imaging systems, signal processing, embedded systems, computer networking, and neural networks.
Capstone Design Project
During their senior year, students work on a project in small teams (or individually) and alongside a faculty member.
EE and CpE students with interests in the arts, history, languages or social sciences are encouraged to pursue a minor or take free electives in these areas.
Most students participate in one of the many term abroad opportunities that are offered at Union College.
Union College has a strong tradition of undergraduate research. Students can make important contributions to cutting-edge research projects conducted by Union faculty.
The EE and CpE programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (http://www.abet.org/).
EE and CpE Degree Requirements