The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is pleased to announce that the Seattle University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is the grand prize winner of the 2014 NCEES Engineering Award for Connecting Professional Practice and Education.
The award jury met June 3, 2014, in Clemson, South Carolina, to select the $25,000 grand prize winner. The department received the top prize for its submission, Microgrid System for a Wind and Solar Farm Located in Rural Kenya. For the project, electrical engineering students worked as part of a team that also included faculty, professional engineers, and other professionals to design a hybrid wind- and solar-power microgrid system to provide electricity to a school and surrounding community in Muhuru Bay, Kenya.Washington Board Journal: www.dol.wa.gov/.../engFall2014.pdf
The Electrical Engineering department offers two related specialties, one in electrical engineering and the other in
electrical engineering with a computer engineering specialization.
The electrical engineering
major offers a broad curriculum that covers most of the various subfields of the profession. As
its name implies, the specialization in computer engineering major focuses more specifically on
software and hardware topics related to computer and other digital system design.
lead to the same degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
Within the rich tradition of Jesuit education, it is the mission of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering to teach and prepare broadly-educated, socially-responsible, articulate, and skilled engineers for leadership in electrical engineering and related fields.
Program Educational Objectives
The electrical engineering program, in harmony with the university mission statement, strives to prepare graduates who will:
Student Cedar Cloyd says "...No matter what you're working on you are working on something that is going to make a difference in somebody's life or the world today."
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