Electrical Engineering students

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Powering Innovation

An education in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will give you career versatility and the skills and expertise to create the innovations that will transform the 21st century. At Western New England University, we educate practitioners. Our hands-on curriculum allows you to apply the theory you learn in the classroom in our modern labs, starting in your very first year.

The department oversees the following programs:

Students may also pursue:

Cadence® University Program Member

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering gratefully acknowledges the generous support from Cadence, through their university program, for use of their EDA tools in our Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Curricula.

Current course offerings that utilize the Cadence EDA tools include:

  • EE 430 - VLSI Design - Introductory course to VLSI, exposing students to Analog/Digital circuit design using CMOS
  • EE 490 - Nanophotonics Design - Introductory photonics integrated circuit design course exposing students optical circuits combined with CMOS integration
  • CPE 420 - Computer Architecture - Introductory course to microprocessor design
  • CPE 462 - VHDL: Simulation & Synthesis - VHDL design course

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e-week activities from 2023

Western New England University College of Engineering Invites Community to Celebrate Engineers Week 2024

Celebrate Engineers Week 2024 with Western New England University's College of Engineering, showcasing design challenges, career sessions, robotics, and more to inspire the next generation of engineers.

University News, Engineering
Robots competing in FIRST Robotics challenge at WNE

Spotlight Showdown at WNE to Showcase Middle and High School Students' Robot Design and Building Skills

FIRST Tech Challenge teams from across Massachusetts are gearing up for the inaugural Spotlight Showdown at Western New England University. In this thrilling event, student alliances will demonstrate their robotic creations, vying for top honors in six award categories and a chance to progress to the FTC MA State Championship.

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WNE College of Engineering students and faculty.

Healey-Driscoll Administration Grants $1.1 Million to Western New England University to Support Advanced Robotic Welding Technologies

The Healey-Driscoll Administration allocates $1.1 million to Western New England University for a three-year project led by the Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (CAMS). The initiative focuses on establishing a research and training cluster in advanced robotic welding technologies.

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