Engineering Summer Academy
It's that time of year again! Engineering Summer Academy will be held from August 13 to August 18 here on campus. Check out the ESA website.Engineering Summer Academy
ECE Slideshows & Systems Pictures
All ECE alumni are invited to look at ECE slideshows and ECE systems team pics. Slideshows go back to 2007, and systems photos go back to 2004. This is a group picture of all the systems teams from 2002. If you have any systems team photos you'd like to contribute, feel free to e-mail them in and we will add them! Note: You will need your OC credentials to login in.ECE Slideshows & Pictures
Spring Graduation 2017
Congratulations to computer engineers: Josh Bilello, Travis Clark, Preston Kemp, Caleb Krut, Renee Pedersen, Tyler Sriver, Heidi vanBenthem, Christian Wagner, and Corbin Young; and to electrical engineers Jesse Erickson, Gage Ervin, Andrew Garman, Aubrey Gonzalez, Erica Landes, Taylor Erickson, Emilio Lopez, Greg Nelson and Derek Seymour, who became the 327th - 344th ECE graduates from OC this spring. May God bless you in your future careers as Christian Engineers!
2017 Outstanding ECE Students
On April 11th at the ECE awards chapel, the ECE faculty announced the department’s outstanding students for the academic year. You can see the full list in the link below. Congratulations to an impressive group of students who combine academic achievement and hard work while being integral members of the ECE community.Outstanding ECE Students
ECE Enrollment Numbers
The fall 2016 enrollment numbers are in!
There are 110 students in the department this fall, 53 in electrical engineering and 57 in computer engineering. It marks the second year in a row that we have more CEs than EEs. Of particular note is that we have a record number of seniors in Systems this year! There are 23 students in Systems II this fall. Also of note is that 93% of possible ECE students in the spring returned to OC this fall. ECE continues to set the national pace in graduation rates among engineering schools. Our freshman ECE students go on to get engineering degrees at more than 2 1/2 times the national average.ECE Enrollment Numbers