Electrical engineers work with the systems that power our world and design the devices that process our vast stores of data. They use mathematics, physics and other sciences in conjunction with computers, electronic instrumentation and other tools to create a range of systems including integrated circuits, telecommunication networks, wireless communication systems, diagnostic medical equipment, “green” energy and more.
Since the technology in computer engineering changes very rapidly, the Electrical Engineering undergraduate program at the University of New Mexico stresses fundamental concepts as well as current application methods. Students have the opportunity to work on robots, nanotechnology, optoelectronics, pulsed power, fusion science and more. Electrical engineering students at UNM might work with architecture students to design a solar-powered home, collaborate with fellow students on a swarm of networked robots, or contribute to research as an undergraduate working with internationally renowned faculty on sources of high power such as microwaves, quantum dots, and reconfigurable antennas.
The program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org/.
There are three minimum requirements for admission to undergraduate study in the Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering program:
For transfer students, admission to an ECE program depends upon evaluation of the student's transcripts by the ECE Admissions Committee through the department's chair and the associate chair for Undergraduate Programs.CNM Transfer Agreement
With a degree in Electrical Engineering from UNM, students are ready to: