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For Undergraduate Applicants

Satellite communications, radio, television, cellphones, computers, airplanes, space vehicles, automobiles, children's toys, refrigerators and heaters, office machinery and home appliances, life-saving medical equipment and Martian battles fought with joysticks represent a just a few of the now familiar facets of our lives made possible by engineers, technologists and technicians. In our age of global computer networks, the challenges and opportunities in the electrical and computer engineering profession continue to expand.

Have you ever thought about developing autonomous robot behaviors to drive through the Gobi desert? Building robots capable of planning and interacting? Developing real-world cloaking materials? Developing the next generation of digital camera?

Electrical and computer engineering could be the career for you!

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