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Academic Programs

Bachelor of Science Degree

Based upon three technical foundations (computers, mathematics, and physics), ECE prepares you for graduate study or a career in all branches of engineering as well as business, medicine, and law.

Master of Engineering Degree

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng) Degree is a one year program for students seeking advanced training in current technology and engineering design. It is designed to put professional engineers on the fast track to success.

Ph.D. Degree

The interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at Cornell ECE prepares students to be future leaders in research, development and teaching through rigorous course work and cutting-edge research.

Recent News

ECE Ph.D. Student wins Best Paper Award for Ultrasonic Fingerprint Reader

Justin Kuo, a graduate student from Prof. Amit Lal’s SonicMEMS research group, received an...

IEEE-HKN receives Outstanding Chapter Award

Cornell's IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) Chapter receives 2015-2016 Outstanding Chapter Award.

Gallium nitride quantum dot emission at 232nm deep ultraviolet

The Jena/Xing group have claimed the shortest-wavelength electroluminescence so far using gallium...

Tong Group Wins Best Paper Award at HICSS'50

Professor Lang Tong and former students Weisi Deng and Yuting Ji received the Best Paper Award for...

EEWeb Featured Engineer: Francesco Monticone

Francesco Monticone, assistant professor, answers questions from EEWeb as its featured engineer.

The Cybernetic Humanities

The Los Angeles Review of Books reviews Ron Kline's latest tome, The Cybernetics Moment, Or Why We...

Latest Spotlights

Welcome Francesco Monticone

If you want to realize a cloak that would be able to make something invisible, that is theoretically possible, at least for a single color

Welcome Jayadev Acharya

You don’t want to ask SIRI a question and then have to wait a day for the perfect answer

Welcome Vikram Krishnamurthy

The typical 18-year old spends up to six hours a day on social media. All those interactions have an effect. And we can use mathematical analytical tools to help explain some of the effects.