Improving the Health of Mongolia One Sensor at a Time
Doctor Phil Lundrigan and his team of BYU students deployed 50 air quality sensors in the world's most polluted capital, Ulaanbaatar.
Another Successful Recruiting Dinner
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering holds a yearly recruiting dinner in conjunction with the STEM fair.
Utah RF and Wireless Day at BYU
On September 25, 2019, BYU hosted the 7th annual Utah Radio Frequency and Wireless Day, under the direction of Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor Karl Warnick.
A Summer Spent Developing Medical Devices
Connor Folkman, a sophomore electrical engineering student, spent his summer at Merit Medical working on products like microcatheters.
Electrical vs. Computer Engineering:
What's the difference?
There is no competition between the degree programs. They simply represent different emphases in your course of study.
The Electrical Engineering field focuses on electronic circuits, electromagnetics, optics, signal processing, semiconductors, and others.
The Computer Engineering program includes additional training in computer programming, computer architecture and organization, and networking.