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Electrical & Computer Engineering, B.S.

Prepare for a solid career by building a foundation in both the hardware and software used in controls, signal processing, integrated circuits, communication networks, wireless communication, and computer operating systems.

What You’ll Learn

The Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. offers a balance of theoretical fundamentals and hands-on experiences in a small-class setting—most courses have fewer than 20 students.

One of only four accredited electrical and computer engineering programs in the State of New York, our bachelor’s program helps you learn various tools to simulate electrical/electronic circuits, program microprocessors/embedded systems/FPGAs, model and implement control/communication systems, and process data/signals/systems.

You’ll have the opportunity to participate in our co-op program or work on funded research projects for the Department of Defense, National Science Foundation, among others alongside faculty at New York Tech’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC). Many students publish their work in recognized journals as part of the Undergraduate Research & Entrepreneurial Program (UREP).

See the Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes of the Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S.

For those interested in even greater career preparation, the Accelerated M.S. Options program offers you the opportunity to earn both a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and an M.S. in Bioengineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or Cybersecurity in just five years.


  • Apple
  • Bose Corporation
  • General Motors
  • IBM
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • Microsoft
  • T-Mobile

Career Options

  • Automation/Controls Engineer
  • Communications System Engineer
  • Embedded Systems Engineer
  • R&D Electrical Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Sytems Design Engineer
Janine An (B.S. ’19)


Janine knew she wanted to pursue a STEM career and live in New York in high school. She’s now an associate solutions architect for Verizon.

Monica Fernandez (B.S. ‘20)


Monica is following in her two siblings’ footsteps at New York Tech, in pursuit of her dream to become a computer programmer and advocate for women in STEM fields.

Joshua Folarin (B.S. ’18)


After interning at Otis Elevator Company, where he worked on the automated lines that manufactured elevator parts, Joshua is now a controls engineer at Cummins, Inc.


“Control theory, as well as probability, are the two areas of electrical engineering I find most fascinating, and gaining hands on research experience vastly opened my eyes to alternative ways of learning, discovering, and tackling problems.”

Ian Krivoruk, (B.S. ’18)

Associate RF Engineer, T-Mobile

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

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The Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET.

How You’ll Succeed

International F-1 students who successfully complete this degree are eligible for an additional 24-month STEM OPT extension to work in the U.S. in an area directly related to their area of study immediately upon completing the customary 12-month post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Students in this degree program can apply to participate in New York Tech's 24-week cooperative (co-op) employment program during their junior or senior year. Get more info and apply.



The Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET.

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