With a degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering or engineering management, you will be poised to tackle some of the most important technical challenges facing society. In addition to the liberal education expected of all Miami undergraduates, our professors will guide and mentor you as you build a solid foundation in engineering, science, computing and mathematics.  This foundation will enable you design technologies as diverse as robots, cell phones, GPS devices and computers.  Hands-on experiences, teamwork and communication skills are integrated throughout the curriculum. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to enter industry or continue your education in graduate school.

Student Spotlight

  • ECE students beside their prize winning autonomous snowplow.

    A team of Miami ECE students (Team RedBlade) won first place, $7000, and the Golden Snow Globe Award in the fourth annual Institute of Navigation (ION) Autonomous Snowplow Competition.  For more details, read more.

  • Student Awards

    ECE Early Career Award
    Connor Michael Blandford

    ECE Academic Achievement Award
    Drake E. Brunner

    ECE Outstanding Service Award
    Patryk Giza

    ECE Outstanding Graduate Student Award
    Tyler Stephen Maschino

Faculty Spotlight

  • Faculty Honors and Awards

    Dmitriy Garmatyuk: 2016 Arthur Olson Generational Teaching Excellence Award

    Peter Jamieson: 2015 CELTUA Distinguished Teaching Award (Assistant Professor Category)

    Donald Ucci: 2015 Excellence in Career Development Award

    Peter Jamieson: 2015 Miami IEEE-HKN Outstanding Professor

  • Dean Marek Dollár announced Dr. Dmitriy Garmatyuk as the recipient of the 2016 Arthur Olson Generational Teaching Excellence Award. Dr. Garmatyuk is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and has been at Miami since 2005.
  • Prof. Peter Jamieson was awarded the 2015 CELTUA Distinguished Teaching award. To win the award, recipients must demonstrate the ‘qualities of a creative and innovative educator with a demonstrated record of fostering critical thinking and engagement of undergraduates.’ Dr. Jamieson is interested in video game development and FPGA designs. He works with numerous students in these areas.
  • Prof. Ucci received the 2015 Excellence in Career Development Award for playing an exemplary role in developing and supporting the careers of our students, forging career-related partnerships and providing direct delivery of career development services. In addition to being an academic advisor to many of our students, he also serves as the faculty advisor to IEEE-HKN.