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Undergraduate majors in the College of Engineering lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering. The program provides a solid foundation in analytical thinking, problem solving and technology, and each fosters the development of ethical leadership, communication and teamwork skills.
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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE, pronounced "eye-triple-E") is a professional organization committed to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. The University of Arizona IEEE Student Branch is a community that strives to learn, tinker, and create technology outside of the classroom. The student branch runs an open lab in ECE 105 with a large array of electrical lab equipment and other resources. Please visit the club website for open hours and more information.
Each year the electrical and computer engineering department awards a number of merit-based scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students. Selection criteria include academic performance, service in student organizations, professional development and career goals. A committee of ECE faculty and advising staff will meet once per year to select awardees. The monetary value of the awards varies from award to award. Successful applicants will be matched to the appropriate award. We invite you to submit your application for these scholarship opportunities through Scholarship Universe.