Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Studies

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Studies: Where Hands-On Experience Prepares You for Real-World Success

Build a lucrative career in such areas as robotics, wireless communications, networks and security, image processing and multimedia, application development, and software and hardware engineering.

With industry-leading faculty and state-of-the-art research facilities, our department will prepare you to tackle major global and social issues in a variety of evolving fields through a curriculum that balances fundamental principles, design methodologies and practical, hands-on experiences.

With plenty of interdisciplinary, collaborative resources and opportunities to choose from — including the Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence — we'll also give you the chance to work and think beyond just your own major. Our small class sizes will give you a more personal experience, and our proximity to Manhattan means a wide variety of nearby research, co-op, networking and career opportunities.

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Stevens Success Story: Megan Dion ’25

Student athlete Megan Dion ’25 is one of less than 100 national winners of the 2022-23 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Power and Energy Society Scholarship Plus, which provides funding and networking opportunities to pursue degrees in power engineering.

Real-World Experience and Hands-On Projects

Our department offers a variety of clubs, organizations and extracurricular activities that will help you develop both personally and professionally. Learn more about these opportunities and how Stevens has helped prepare some of our brightest graduates for their futures.

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Senior Design

In Senior Design, the engineering capstone course, you'll work on a year-long collaborative project with a team of three to five students and professional industry mentors to develop innovative design solutions for healthcare equpiment, communications systems and network projects.

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Entrepreneurship Training

The Schaefer School's experiential entrepreneurship programs interface with the curriculum and give you the kind of real world experience that can launch a product, a career, and possibly even your own company.

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Undergraduate Research

As a Stevens undergraduate, you'll have numerous opportunities for first-hand participation in exciting and interesting research investigation and experimentation. This common thread of creation and discovery woven into all of our undergraduate programs helps you build research-and-development careers in academia and industry.

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Engineering Cooperative Education

Approximately 30% of undergraduate engineering students participate in the Stevens Cooperative Education Program, designed to provide you with real-world experiences that prepare you to connect your academic studies with on-the-job experience, explore career interests and clarify goals. You'll alternate between semesters of full-time work and full-time study in areas related to your academic major and career goals.

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Innovation Expo

Senior design or research projects developed during the capstone course culminate with the annual Innovation Expo, where your projects are displayed and presented to attendees from industry and across campus, and are judged by faculty and leading experts.

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Your Future, Faster: The Accelerated Master's Program

Stevens' Accelerated Master's Program (AMP) enables currently enrolled students to apply credits from your undergraduate coursework toward a master’s degree, allowing you to earn your bachelor's and master's degrees in just five years.

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Learn More and Apply

Find out what the School of Engineering and Science has to offer by visiting the Schaefer School's Undergraduate Studies page. Visit Undergraduate Admissions to learn about our campus. Ready to take the next step? Learn how to apply below.