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Electrical & Computer Engineering

Managed by the world-renowned FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, the electrical & computer engineering program at FSU Panama City is part of a leading academic institution with excellent records of achievement in research and public service. It is designed with the students’ success in mind. With class sizes averaging fewer than 12, students benefit from a personal teaching environment and individual attention. Both full and part time schedules are available.

Students can tailor the curriculum to their interests and career goals with two majors available — electrical engineering or computer engineering — leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Coursework emphasizes all aspects of the profession’s practice, including circuits, controls, digital communications, electromagnetic fields and power systems with a capstone senior design project that takes your skills out of the classroom and into practice to solve real-world problems.

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. For more information on accreditation visit the College of Engineering’s objectives and student outcomes for this degree program.

Our ABET-accredited electrical & computer engineering program focuses on developing computer hardware and software. Students prepare for advanced graduate-level training or a professional career in a variety of computer engineering application areas including digital systems, digital signal processing, computer networks and VLSI design.

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Electrical & computer engineering is considered as one of the best jobs in the United States based on salary, prestige, growth and security.

High starting salaries

The average starting salary is about $60,250 with lucrative jobs available in both public and private sectors. 

Continued advancement

The median annual wage for civil engineers is $95,060 with the top 10 percent earning more than $150,340.

Growing demand

Employment of electrical engineers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026.

Tools for success

From student organizations to international programs, we know students benefit from experiences outside of the classroom. Scroll through the links to learn more.


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