The links on this page lead to valuable information about the Electrical and Computer Engineering Emphases, options and graduate programs.
Why choose Northern Arizona University? We are undergraduate-focused, our class size averages about 40, our classes are all taught by regular faculty, and you can be confident of receiving a very good education in accredited
programs that are currently ranked in the top 25% by U.S. News and World
Report for engineering colleges whose highest degree is a masters
degree. We are learner-centered, our facilities and labs are current and student-oriented, our caring faculty are accessible to students, and our tuition is fairly low and is guaranteed for 4 years. You will be living and learning in a beautiful natural setting of a mountainside forest, you will have an abundance of learning assistance available to help you be successful in these relatively challenging programs, and your education features the Design4Practice hands-on program that won Boeing Company's outstanding educator award in 1999.
Latest news! We have completed our first class at our partner institution, the Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, in China. Our team of faculty teach eight of our undergraduate EE courses in Chongqing and then those students come to NAU for the fourth year of study. This will allow us to revitalize our entire curriculum, add several senior elective classes to broaden student opportunities and further globalize our learning experiences to better prepare students for the future. NAU students may also choose to study abroad in Chongqing.
Come and pay us a visit! You are cordially invited to pay us a visit either via our Daily Campus Visit program or our Discover NAU open houses throughout the year.
Undergraduate Symposium! Coming up in late April, 2016, is the annual capstone project design presentations in the duBois Center and the Skydome. Anyone is welcome to come; see the Undergraduate Symposium Website and College Website for more details. The EE capstone project websites are partially complete and you can find links to them here.
for Electrical Engineering scholarship information.