Welcome

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-friendly, caring faculty are accessible to students, tuition is fairly low and is guaranteed for 4 years, you living and learning in a beautiful natural setting of a mountainside forest, you have an abundance of learning assistance available to help you be successful in these relatively challenging programs, and you benefit from the Design4Practice program that won Boeing Company's outstanding educator award in 1999. 

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.


Scholarships

Click here for Electrical Engineering scholarship information.

Program Enrollment and Degrees Granted

Electrical Engineering Program (both emphases)

Academic
Year

Enrollment

Total
Under-
 graduate Students

Total Graduate Students

Degrees
Awarded

1st

2nd

3rd

4th*

PB

Bachelors

Masters

Fall 2013

Full

62

50

45

60

4

221

**

TBD

TBD

Part

3

2

2

6

2

15

**

Fall 2012

Full

63

37

43

67

2

212

**

36

**

Part

2

0

2

7

4

15

**

Fall 2011

Full

62

36

49

55

1

203

**

27

**

Part

0

4

2

2

0

8

**

Fall 2010

Full

63

51

34

62

1

211

**

35

**

Part

1

4

2

1

0

8

**

Fall 2009

Full

54

27

45

31

2

159

**

10

**

Part

1

2

3

4

2

12

**

Fall 2008

Full

53

32

27

36

0

148

**

20

**

Part

2

1

2

2

2

9

**

*4th year students include all students with more than 90 credit hours except post baccalaureate (PB)

**Number of master’s students enrolled and graduated are not included because both masters programs are interdisciplinary within engineering and computer science, making it impossible to determine accurate program numbers.  The number across engineering and computer science averages about 30 students enrolled and 12 graduating.