The Fulton Difference

Seniors explore the innovative future of electrical engineering in their senior capstone projects.

At the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, we strive to cover the five main concepts of the Fulton Difference. We answer the shifting needs of society by maintaining a strong variety of research focuses for both industry and our students. We also make an effort to be at the top of the line for new and innovative ideas.

Freshman engineering students test their skills at developing sustainable solutions, such as solar-powered cars, in FSE 100.

The ECEE curriculum combines traditional concepts and lessons with hands-on experience to provide students with a better understanding of the work and a more personal connection with engineering.

Along with the many programs and services made available by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, ECEE has several laboratories and facilities that offer research experience and summer programs to both undergraduate and graduate students in ECEE.

Our faculty members are award-winning individuals from all over the world. The diverse background of our faculty builds an environment of new and unique ideas in both engineering and teaching to benefit our students.

All of our efforts, and the efforts of Fulton Engineering join together to create successful graduates who are prepared for a career in industry, education or to attain the next level in their education.