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WHY CHOOSE MICHIGAN TECH?

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

D I S C OV E R . D E S I G N . D E L I V E R . Miles, can you deredden this guy’s

L

aunch yourself into our hightech world. With ECE you can energize the planet, advance communication, and create

C R E AT E T H E F U T U R E

technology to help others in meaningful ways.

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING Michigan Technological University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 121 Electrical Energy Resources Center 1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931-1295 T: 906-487-2550 F: 906-487-2949 E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

www.ece.mtu.edu

Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/ equal opportunity employer. Since 1885, we have offered educational excellence in beautiful Upper Michigan. Our students create the future in arts, humanities, and social sciences; business and economics; computing; engineering; forestry and environmental science; natural

www.ece.mtu.edu

and physical sciences; and technology.


WHY CHOOSE MICHIGAN TECH?

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

D I S C OV E R . D E S I G N . D E L I V E R .

There are many excellent reasons to

Electrical engineers and computer

choose ECE at Michigan Tech. Here

engineers use electrical and/or

L

are just a few…

Friendly Learning Environment

aunch yourself into our high-

We offer all the advantages of a large engineering program in a

optical energy to manipulate, store and transmit information—and to deliver power to the entire world. Both fields evolve at lightning

tech world. With ECE you can

speed, so fasten your space seatbelt

enjoy mentoring students.

energize the planet, advance

through the exciting world of high

Excellent Faculty

communication, and create

small-college atmosphere. Faculty and staff are easily accessible and

Courses in our department are taught by faculty who are nationally recognized for their contributions to

C R E AT E T H E F U T U R E

engineering education, research, and

and get ready to shape the future tech.

Explore Many Possibilities

technology to help others in

You can focus on a wide variety of

meaningful ways.

from creating green energy solu-

challenges with ECE—everything tions to discovering new galaxies.

practice.

Opportunities for innovation

State-of-the-Art Facilities

abound. A few examples include:

Our multimillion-dollar labs provide a hands-on learning experience.

n Robotic systems and lasers for

You’ll enjoy cutting-edge equip-

medical surgeries

ment—from lasers, microprobes and

n Voice-activated control systems

robots to anechoic chambers and

for computers, cars, and more

more—along with industry standard

n Modern, high-speed rail trans-

software and current generation

portation

computer systems.

Unique Lab Curriculum We have strategically integrated our

n Nanotechnology in semiconduc-

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

key courses with labs that will lead

Industry Experience Participate in Senior Design, Enterprise, internships, and co-ops—

Michigan Technological University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 121 Electrical Energy Resources Center 1400 Townsend Drive

our excellent programs give you a

Houghton, MI 49931-1295

chance to work directly with industry while you’re still a student.

T: 906-487-2550

Sustainable Future

F: 906-487-2949

Our students contribute to the

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

advancement of green, renewable, and alternative energy, including

www.ece.mtu.edu

solar and wind power, hybrid power, and more.

Global Opportunities Our students have studied in Norway, Australia, Germany, Italy, Finland, Denmark, England, Russia, Scotland, Korea, and the developing world.

Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/ equal opportunity employer. Since 1885, we have offered educational excellence in beautiful Upper Michigan. Our students create the future in arts, humanities, and social sciences; business and economics; computing; engineering; forestry and environmental science; natural

www.ece.mtu.edu

n Smart grids for next-generation energy systems

you to discover for yourself the basic principles that govern the field.

tors, transistors, and microchips

and physical sciences; and technology.


WHY CHOOSE MICHIGAN TECH?

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

D I S C OV E R . D E S I G N . D E L I V E R .

There are many excellent reasons to

Electrical engineers and computer

choose ECE at Michigan Tech. Here

engineers use electrical and/or

L

are just a few…

Friendly Learning Environment

aunch yourself into our high-

We offer all the advantages of a large engineering program in a

optical energy to manipulate, store and transmit information—and to deliver power to the entire world. Both fields evolve at lightning

tech world. With ECE you can

speed, so fasten your space seatbelt

enjoy mentoring students.

energize the planet, advance

through the exciting world of high

Excellent Faculty

communication, and create

small-college atmosphere. Faculty and staff are easily accessible and

Courses in our department are taught by faculty who are nationally recognized for their contributions to

C R E AT E T H E F U T U R E

engineering education, research, and

and get ready to shape the future tech.

Explore Many Possibilities

technology to help others in

You can focus on a wide variety of

meaningful ways.

from creating green energy solu-

challenges with ECE—everything tions to discovering new galaxies.

practice.

Opportunities for innovation

State-of-the-Art Facilities

abound. A few examples include:

Our multimillion-dollar labs provide a hands-on learning experience.

n Robotic systems and lasers for

You’ll enjoy cutting-edge equip-

medical surgeries

ment—from lasers, microprobes and

n Voice-activated control systems

robots to anechoic chambers and

for computers, cars, and more

more—along with industry standard

n Modern, high-speed rail trans-

software and current generation

portation

computer systems.

Unique Lab Curriculum We have strategically integrated our

n Nanotechnology in semiconduc-

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

key courses with labs that will lead

Industry Experience Participate in Senior Design, Enterprise, internships, and co-ops—

Michigan Technological University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 121 Electrical Energy Resources Center 1400 Townsend Drive

our excellent programs give you a

Houghton, MI 49931-1295

chance to work directly with industry while you’re still a student.

T: 906-487-2550

Sustainable Future

F: 906-487-2949

Our students contribute to the

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

advancement of green, renewable, and alternative energy, including

www.ece.mtu.edu

solar and wind power, hybrid power, and more.

Global Opportunities Our students have studied in Norway, Australia, Germany, Italy, Finland, Denmark, England, Russia, Scotland, Korea, and the developing world.

Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/ equal opportunity employer. Since 1885, we have offered educational excellence in beautiful Upper Michigan. Our students create the future in arts, humanities, and social sciences; business and economics; computing; engineering; forestry and environmental science; natural

www.ece.mtu.edu

n Smart grids for next-generation energy systems

you to discover for yourself the basic principles that govern the field.

tors, transistors, and microchips

and physical sciences; and technology.

Miles, can you deredden this guy’s


COMPUTER ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

To keep pace with the explosive

Senior Design

Make A World Of Difference

growth in computing technology,

It takes teamwork to bring creative

Many of our students get

the world needs computer engi-

ideas to life. Throughout your

involved with meaningful

neers who can work comfortably

senior year, you can work with

projects happening right here

on both sides of the gap between

a small team of fellow students

on campus, including a wireless

digital hardware and software.

on a project in collaboration with

brain wave sensor device (EEG) for

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll gain

industry. The experience is more

children; an interactive walker for

electrical power to us all.

like a “first job” than a “last class”.

disabled toddlers; and the WINGS

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll work

exactly what computer engineers

Recent projects include:

navigation project for blind skiers.

with electricity in its many forms—

do best: end-to-end design and

n Radar communications

integration of complete systems—

hardware emulator

plenty of real experience doing

both the hardware and the software. By the time you graduate, your ability to work on “both sides”

n Solar-powered charging device for electric vehicles

One student traveled to Ghana with Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute, bringing computers to rural schools for the very first time.

Professional Success

Electrical engineers lead the way in communications, signal processing, electronics, computing, and control. They also design the systems that generate and distribute reliable

from electrons to large-scale magnetic fields. You’ll start your courses with an introduction to the digital world, learning techniques vital to digital audio and video processing,

will enable you to conceive entire

n Remote synchronization of

systems from scratch.

a smart power grid

Working as a computer engineer,

n Remote-control system for

within six months of graduation.

you may specialize in one area,

a heavy-duty truck

Companies seeking our graduates

you could devise ways to take

such as embedded systems, com-

Enterprise

include US Steel, Raytheon Missile

energy from turbines, fuel cells,

Systems, Georgia Pacific, Bechtel,

hydroelectric plants, and solar

Rockwell-Collins, Caterpillar,

panels and transfer it to homes,

Kimberly-Clark, GE Aviation,

factories, and businesses.

puter networks, robotics, or VLSI system design. You may also find yourself working with other engineering disciplines—for example, teaming up with civil engineers to design software to test the stress points in a bridge or with mechanical engineers to power a satellite launch.

Join an Enterprise team and get the extra edge on your education. Solve real-world engineering, design, and communication problems. Develop marketing, business, and leadership skills. Teams are open to students from all majors, and operate like companies in the private sector. We host four

Computer engineering projects

enterprise teams, but you can

range from designing nanotechnol-

choose from 28 across campus.

ogy for bionic implants to inventing software that detects brain tumors much earlier, from creating special effects for the movies to predict-

placement rate of 98 percent

Google, GM, Ford, IBM, Microsoft, Hitachi GST, Honeywell, Consumers Power, Westinghouse, Unisys, Motorola, Texas Instruments,

Integrates sensors and microcontrollers.

Wireless Communication (WCE) Creates wireless, optical, and biomedical solutions.

gets 1,000-plus miles per gallon, or

agencies, while others choose

develop sensors to detect IEDs—

military service through ROTC

improvised explosive devices.

FIND OUT MORE Please feel free to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you. Judy Donahue, Academic Advisor ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING 131 Electrical Energy Resources Center

Develops innovative computers for

T: 906-487-2232

tomorrow’s automobiles.

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

Undergraduate Research graduate students. You, too, can gain valuable experience working with a faculty mentor. One recent project involved the creation of a wireless sensor network for the Pierre Auger Northern Observatory in southeastern Colorado.

to place, provide efficient and safe

employment in US government

Automotive Computing (ACE)

Cutting-edge research isn’t just for

move digital information from place

grid, create a hybrid vehicle that

study in engineering or other fields.

through computer simulation.

You could design components that

many others. Some students find

Secures the future through

ing the strength of earthquakes

Working as an electrical engineer,

power delivery to a community

programs. Many go on to graduate

thoughtful use of technology.

and computer systems.

and Wisconsin Electric, among

Blue Marble Security (BMS)

Integrated Microsystems (IME)

www.ece.mtu.edu

ECE graduates have a job

Photonics We offer a concentration in photonics—an exciting area of EE that deals with optical energy. Photons replace electrons as the conveyor of information. You may find yourself producing holograms, designing vision sensors for a robot, or imaging techniques for outer space.


FIND OUT MORE

EXTRA ELECTIVES Senior Design

Lots of options As a BSE student, you will have approximately nineteen elective credits. This will provide you with a great deal of flexibility to pursue studies that reflect

It takes teamwork to bring creative ideas to life. Throughout your senior year, you can work with a small team of fellow students on a project in collaboration with industry. The experience is more like a “first job” than a “last class”. Recent projects include:

Senior Design During your senior year, you’ll have the chance to work with a small team of students on a senior design project. Your team will connect with

your own interests.

 Radar communications hardware emulator

an industry sponsor through an

Elective credits must be used

 Solar-powered charging device for electric vehicles

will provide you with the kind of

to complete a coherent program of study, such as the completion of a minor or certificate. Michigan Tech offers more than fifty different minors and eighteen different certificate programs. Earning a minor or certificate involves taking a prescribed set of courses in a discipline or sub-discipline. Create your own course of study Can’t find a minor or certificate program that fits your career goals? You can work with a faculty advisor to define a personalized course of study.

 Remote synchronization of a smart power grid  Remote-control system for a heavy-duty truck

Enterprise Join an Enterprise team and get the extra edge on your education. Solve real-world engineering, design, and communication problems. Develop marketing, business, and leadership skills. Teams are open to students from all majors, and operate like companies in the private sector. We host four enterprise teams, but you can choose from 28 across campus. Blue Marble Security (BMS) Secures the future through thoughtful use of technology. Integrated Microsystems (IME) Integrates sensors and microcontrollers. Wireless Communication (WCE) Creates wireless, optical, and biomedical solutions. Automotive Computing (ACE) Develops innovative computers for tomorrow’s automobiles

open-ended design project that experience that can launch a successful career.

D80 Center Many challenges confront our planet’s inhabitants, particularly the 80 percent not typically considered by those creating infrastructure, goods and services. Everyone must play a role in elevating the quality of life for all while ensuring future generations can thrive. This starts with the courage to

Come See Us There is no substitute for seeing first-hand what Michigan Tech has to offer. We invite you to visit our campus and tour the engineering departments. Call 888-688-1885 to set things up. Advising Our academic advisor meets with future students to map out academic choices and career development. Please feel free to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Engineering Fundamentals 112 Dillman Hall T: 906-487-3057 E: engadvisor@mtu.edu

serve others, and the ability to envision new solutions. Michigan Tech’s D80 Center provides education, service and research opportunities for students interested in gaining valuable professional experience while making a difference in the lives of others. For more info on all the D80 programs check out the D80 Center online at www.d80.mtu.edu.

Undergraduate Research

www.bse.mtu.edu

Cutting-edge research isn’t just for graduate students. You, too, can gain valuable experience working with a faculty mentor. One recent project involved the creation of a wireless sensor network for the Pierre Auger Northern Observatory in southeastern Colorado.

www.bse.mtu.edu


COMPUTER ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

To keep pace with the explosive

Senior Design

Make A World Of Difference

growth in computing technology,

It takes teamwork to bring creative

Many of our students get

the world needs computer engi-

ideas to life. Throughout your

involved with meaningful

neers who can work comfortably

senior year, you can work with

projects happening right here

on both sides of the gap between

a small team of fellow students

on campus, including a wireless

digital hardware and software.

on a project in collaboration with

brain wave sensor device (EEG) for

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll gain

industry. The experience is more

children; an interactive walker for

electrical power to us all.

like a “first job” than a “last class”.

disabled toddlers; and the WINGS

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll work

exactly what computer engineers

Recent projects include:

navigation project for blind skiers.

with electricity in its many forms—

do best: end-to-end design and

n Radar communications

integration of complete systems—

hardware emulator

plenty of real experience doing

both the hardware and the software. By the time you graduate, your ability to work on “both sides”

n Solar-powered charging device for electric vehicles

One student traveled to Ghana with Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute, bringing computers to rural schools for the very first time.

Professional Success

Electrical engineers lead the way in communications, signal processing, electronics, computing, and control. They also design the systems that generate and distribute reliable

from electrons to large-scale magnetic fields. You’ll start your courses with an introduction to the digital world, learning techniques vital to digital audio and video processing,

will enable you to conceive entire

n Remote synchronization of

systems from scratch.

a smart power grid

Working as a computer engineer,

n Remote-control system for

within six months of graduation.

you may specialize in one area,

a heavy-duty truck

Companies seeking our graduates

you could devise ways to take

such as embedded systems, com-

Enterprise

include US Steel, Raytheon Missile

energy from turbines, fuel cells,

Systems, Georgia Pacific, Bechtel,

hydroelectric plants, and solar

Rockwell-Collins, Caterpillar,

panels and transfer it to homes,

Kimberly-Clark, GE Aviation,

factories, and businesses.

puter networks, robotics, or VLSI system design. You may also find yourself working with other engineering disciplines—for example, teaming up with civil engineers to design software to test the stress points in a bridge or with mechanical engineers to power a satellite launch.

Join an Enterprise team and get the extra edge on your education. Solve real-world engineering, design, and communication problems. Develop marketing, business, and leadership skills. Teams are open to students from all majors, and operate like companies in the private sector. We host four

Computer engineering projects

enterprise teams, but you can

range from designing nanotechnol-

choose from 28 across campus.

ogy for bionic implants to inventing software that detects brain tumors much earlier, from creating special effects for the movies to predict-

placement rate of 98 percent

Google, GM, Ford, IBM, Microsoft, Hitachi GST, Honeywell, Consumers Power, Westinghouse, Unisys, Motorola, Texas Instruments,

Integrates sensors and microcontrollers.

Wireless Communication (WCE) Creates wireless, optical, and biomedical solutions.

gets 1,000-plus miles per gallon, or

agencies, while others choose

develop sensors to detect IEDs—

military service through ROTC

improvised explosive devices.

FIND OUT MORE Please feel free to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you. Judy Donahue, Academic Advisor ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING 131 Electrical Energy Resources Center

Develops innovative computers for

T: 906-487-2232

tomorrow’s automobiles.

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

Undergraduate Research graduate students. You, too, can gain valuable experience working with a faculty mentor. One recent project involved the creation of a wireless sensor network for the Pierre Auger Northern Observatory in southeastern Colorado.

to place, provide efficient and safe

employment in US government

Automotive Computing (ACE)

Cutting-edge research isn’t just for

move digital information from place

grid, create a hybrid vehicle that

study in engineering or other fields.

through computer simulation.

You could design components that

many others. Some students find

Secures the future through

ing the strength of earthquakes

Working as an electrical engineer,

power delivery to a community

programs. Many go on to graduate

thoughtful use of technology.

and computer systems.

and Wisconsin Electric, among

Blue Marble Security (BMS)

Integrated Microsystems (IME)

www.ece.mtu.edu

ECE graduates have a job

Photonics We offer a concentration in photonics—an exciting area of EE that deals with optical energy. Photons replace electrons as the conveyor of information. You may find yourself producing holograms, designing vision sensors for a robot, or imaging techniques for outer space.


COMPUTER ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

To keep pace with the explosive

Senior Design

Make A World Of Difference

growth in computing technology,

It takes teamwork to bring creative

Many of our students get

the world needs computer engi-

ideas to life. Throughout your

involved with meaningful

neers who can work comfortably

senior year, you can work with

projects happening right here

on both sides of the gap between

a small team of fellow students

on campus, including a wireless

digital hardware and software.

on a project in collaboration with

brain wave sensor device (EEG) for

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll gain

industry. The experience is more

children; an interactive walker for

electrical power to us all.

like a “first job” than a “last class”.

disabled toddlers; and the WINGS

Here at Michigan Tech, you’ll work

exactly what computer engineers

Recent projects include:

navigation project for blind skiers.

with electricity in its many forms—

do best: end-to-end design and

n Radar communications

integration of complete systems—

hardware emulator

plenty of real experience doing

both the hardware and the software. By the time you graduate, your ability to work on “both sides”

n Solar-powered charging device for electric vehicles

One student traveled to Ghana with Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute, bringing computers to rural schools for the very first time.

Professional Success

Electrical engineers lead the way in communications, signal processing, electronics, computing, and control. They also design the systems that generate and distribute reliable

from electrons to large-scale magnetic fields. You’ll start your courses with an introduction to the digital world, learning techniques vital to digital audio and video processing,

will enable you to conceive entire

n Remote synchronization of

systems from scratch.

a smart power grid

Working as a computer engineer,

n Remote-control system for

within six months of graduation.

you may specialize in one area,

a heavy-duty truck

Companies seeking our graduates

you could devise ways to take

such as embedded systems, com-

Enterprise

include US Steel, Raytheon Missile

energy from turbines, fuel cells,

Systems, Georgia Pacific, Bechtel,

hydroelectric plants, and solar

Rockwell-Collins, Caterpillar,

panels and transfer it to homes,

Kimberly-Clark, GE Aviation,

factories, and businesses.

puter networks, robotics, or VLSI system design. You may also find yourself working with other engineering disciplines—for example, teaming up with civil engineers to design software to test the stress points in a bridge or with mechanical engineers to power a satellite launch.

Join an Enterprise team and get the extra edge on your education. Solve real-world engineering, design, and communication problems. Develop marketing, business, and leadership skills. Teams are open to students from all majors, and operate like companies in the private sector. We host four

Computer engineering projects

enterprise teams, but you can

range from designing nanotechnol-

choose from 28 across campus.

ogy for bionic implants to inventing software that detects brain tumors much earlier, from creating special effects for the movies to predict-

placement rate of 98 percent

Google, GM, Ford, IBM, Microsoft, Hitachi GST, Honeywell, Consumers Power, Westinghouse, Unisys, Motorola, Texas Instruments,

Integrates sensors and microcontrollers.

Wireless Communication (WCE) Creates wireless, optical, and biomedical solutions.

gets 1,000-plus miles per gallon, or

agencies, while others choose

develop sensors to detect IEDs—

military service through ROTC

improvised explosive devices.

FIND OUT MORE Please feel free to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you. Judy Donahue, Academic Advisor ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING 131 Electrical Energy Resources Center

Develops innovative computers for

T: 906-487-2232

tomorrow’s automobiles.

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

Undergraduate Research graduate students. You, too, can gain valuable experience working with a faculty mentor. One recent project involved the creation of a wireless sensor network for the Pierre Auger Northern Observatory in southeastern Colorado.

to place, provide efficient and safe

employment in US government

Automotive Computing (ACE)

Cutting-edge research isn’t just for

move digital information from place

grid, create a hybrid vehicle that

study in engineering or other fields.

through computer simulation.

You could design components that

many others. Some students find

Secures the future through

ing the strength of earthquakes

Working as an electrical engineer,

power delivery to a community

programs. Many go on to graduate

thoughtful use of technology.

and computer systems.

and Wisconsin Electric, among

Blue Marble Security (BMS)

Integrated Microsystems (IME)

www.ece.mtu.edu

ECE graduates have a job

Photonics We offer a concentration in photonics—an exciting area of EE that deals with optical energy. Photons replace electrons as the conveyor of information. You may find yourself producing holograms, designing vision sensors for a robot, or imaging techniques for outer space.


WHY CHOOSE MICHIGAN TECH?

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

D I S C OV E R . D E S I G N . D E L I V E R .

There are many excellent reasons to

Electrical engineers and computer

choose ECE at Michigan Tech. Here

engineers use electrical and/or

L

are just a few…

Friendly Learning Environment

aunch yourself into our high-

We offer all the advantages of a large engineering program in a

optical energy to manipulate, store and transmit information—and to deliver power to the entire world. Both fields evolve at lightning

tech world. With ECE you can

speed, so fasten your space seatbelt

enjoy mentoring students.

energize the planet, advance

through the exciting world of high

Excellent Faculty

communication, and create

small-college atmosphere. Faculty and staff are easily accessible and

Courses in our department are taught by faculty who are nationally recognized for their contributions to

C R E AT E T H E F U T U R E

engineering education, research, and

and get ready to shape the future tech.

Explore Many Possibilities

technology to help others in

You can focus on a wide variety of

meaningful ways.

from creating green energy solu-

challenges with ECE—everything tions to discovering new galaxies.

practice.

Opportunities for innovation

State-of-the-Art Facilities

abound. A few examples include:

Our multimillion-dollar labs provide a hands-on learning experience.

n Robotic systems and lasers for

You’ll enjoy cutting-edge equip-

medical surgeries

ment—from lasers, microprobes and

n Voice-activated control systems

robots to anechoic chambers and

for computers, cars, and more

more—along with industry standard

n Modern, high-speed rail trans-

software and current generation

portation

computer systems.

Unique Lab Curriculum We have strategically integrated our

n Nanotechnology in semiconduc-

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

key courses with labs that will lead

Industry Experience Participate in Senior Design, Enterprise, internships, and co-ops—

Michigan Technological University Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering 121 Electrical Energy Resources Center 1400 Townsend Drive

our excellent programs give you a

Houghton, MI 49931-1295

chance to work directly with industry while you’re still a student.

T: 906-487-2550

Sustainable Future

F: 906-487-2949

Our students contribute to the

E: jmdonahu@mtu.edu

advancement of green, renewable, and alternative energy, including

www.ece.mtu.edu

solar and wind power, hybrid power, and more.

Global Opportunities Our students have studied in Norway, Australia, Germany, Italy, Finland, Denmark, England, Russia, Scotland, Korea, and the developing world.

Michigan Technological University is an equal opportunity educational institution/ equal opportunity employer. Since 1885, we have offered educational excellence in beautiful Upper Michigan. Our students create the future in arts, humanities, and social sciences; business and economics; computing; engineering; forestry and environmental science; natural

www.ece.mtu.edu

n Smart grids for next-generation energy systems

you to discover for yourself the basic principles that govern the field.

tors, transistors, and microchips

and physical sciences; and technology.

Miles, can you deredden this guy’s

Electrical & Computer Engineering Brochure  

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