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Electrical and Computer Engineering
George Matus is no stranger to seeking funds for his latest drone adventure. At age 12, he took a job as a test pilot for a drone manufacturer so he “wouldn’t have to do a lemonade stand to buy my next drone.” These days his company Teal Drones is one of several in Utah that does research and product development for the US military.
By Holly Cluff February 18, 2021 03:00 PM
Meet Autumn Twitchell! She is a first-year Masters student from Folsom, California working under Dr. Rice in aeronautical telemetry. She will be the first in a series of ECEN Interviews celebrating our students, inspired by the Cougar Queries.
By Holly Cluff February 02, 2021 03:36 PM
Our BYU chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the IEEE honor society for electrical engineering students, has big plans for this semester despite roadblocks from a pesky pandemic. The chapter has been striving to build a sense of community within the department between students and professors, and it has more ideas on the horizon for furthering the chapter’s goals.
What is the difference between Electrical and Computer Engineering? Click to learn more.
The Electrical Engineering field focuses on electronic circuits, electromagnetics, optics, signal processing, semiconductors, and others. Click to learn more.
The Computer Engineering program includes additional training in computer programming, computer architecture and organization, and networking. Click to learn more.