Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
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The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University prepares students for rewarding and flexible careers designing new products, conducting research, and teaching at the university level. Our graduates save lives with new biomedical devices, make computers easier for everyone to use, improve audio and video quality for the entertainment industry, develop new software systems for the Internet, design robots for manufacturing, and lead the information technology revolution.
Founded in 1888 as the School of Electrical Engineering, the first courses concentrated on power generation and distribution. Today the school offers separate degrees in computer engineering and electrical engineering, and students study in eight basic areas:
VLSI and circuit design microelectronics and nanotechnology (formerly Solid State) fields and optics energy sources and systems computer engineering communications and signal processing biomedical engineering automatic control