BYU Chip Camp Encourages Next-Generation of Female Engineers
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, women currently hold less than 25 percent of STEM jobs.
Camacho and Students Lead Developments in Cutting-Edge Technology
Dr. Ryan Camacho, an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at Brigham Young University, is at the forefront of new technology and innovation.
ECE Student Brings Outer Space to Utah Valley
BYU student teaches kids about STEM concepts and designs at the Christa McAuliffe Space Center during summer outreach program.
Aaron Hawkins Awarded IEEE Photonics Society Engineering Achievement Award
Aaron Hawkins was awarded the IEEE Photonics Society Engineering Achievement Award for the invention and development of optofluidic waveguides and their applications, in particular commercialization for biomedical diagnostics.
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.