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Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Professionals

Our programs are among the best in the country. With cutting-edge curriculum, research, and facilities, we combine learning with doing and theory with practice. Undergraduate and graduate students work closely with alumni and private business leaders to become the complete, professional engineer within our engineering community, which continues the University's cycle of excellence and service-learning in our Marianist tradition.

Enjoy a wide range of challenges: Robotics, controls, telecommunications, wireless communications, electro-optics, image processing, computer vision and VLSI design. We'll help you build the skills.

Broad career choices: Government (WPAFB, Naval Surface Warfare Center), industry (Sprint, TRW, Harris Corp., GE, FM Global, STL of Ohio, AFMETCAL), business, law and medicine (defense, homeland security, aerospace and automobiles, medical electronics and image processing, speech, music, finance and banking). After graduation and perhaps before, your expertise will be in demand.

Are You a High School Student?
Are you interested in scheduling an academic appointment with the School of Engineering?

To schedule an academic appointment, click here to complete and submit an online Academic Appointment Request form, and our Engineering Ambassadors will contact you. We will help you plan your visit with our School's engineering academic programs and/or with our Diversity in Engineering Center (Minority Engineering Program and Women Engineering Program). Or you can contact our Engineering Ambassadors by phone at 937-229-5082.

The University of Dayton Office of Admission arranges general University campus visits and tours. Click here to visit our Office of Admission website to learn more about your options.


Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dr. Eric Balster, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0232