ECE Undergraduate Programs

The electrical and computer engineering department offers three undergraduate degree programs. The hands-on, laboratory-based approach to the curriculum ensures students are well-versed in project development and problem-solving.


Why ECE?

Students in the Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are equipped with the knowledge and technical skills to excel in their careers. K-State has the largest ECE department in the state, but maintains an average class size of only 30 students as part of our commitment to a personal, family-like learning environment.

Learn how our teaching sets us apart

97% career placement
Industry involvement with senior design projects
$66,297 average starting salary

What can I do with my engineering degree?


Undergraduate curricula

The material in the Undergraduate Curriculum Guide (pdf) provides all the information necessary for a student to determine what courses are required and what electives are allowed for either a degree in electrical engineering (EE) or computer engineering (CMPEN). Course descriptions are available for courses taught by the department.

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Academic advisor

Garrett Peterson, academic advisorGarrett Peterson
3096 Engineering Hall




Career placement and salary data provided by the K-State Career Center. Career placement includes 2020-2021 K-State Carl R. Ice College of Engineering graduates who are employed or enrolled in graduate or professional schools within six months of graduation.