Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Multimeters are used to take electrical measurements during lab

Helping To Design The Future

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science degrees in both electrical engineering and computer engineering, as well as a Master of Science in Engineering in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Undergraduate students at Kettering can earn a minor in electrical or computer engineering as well as the possibility to dual major in either degree program.

Programs & Degrees

Electrical & Computer Engineering Programs

Degrees and Programs Degree type
Computer Engineering
Bachelor Concentration Minor Master Online Master Certificate Online Certificate
Bachelor Minor Master
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Bachelor Concentration Minor Master Online Master Certificate Online Certificate
Online Master
Electrical Engineering
Bachelor Concentration Minor Master Online Master Certificate Online Certificate
Bachelor Minor Master

A Mobility Systems master level degree is offered on campus through the Department of Mechanical Engineering. 

Get In The Lab

Labs are integral part of the Kettering education. The offer students the opportunity to get hands-on experience applying theory learned in the classroom.

EE Labs

Electrical Engineering students will have labs in circuits, electronics and electrical machines. Elective course choices give the opportunity to do lab work in digital signal processing, high voltage power, mobility systems and advanced power electronics.

CE Labs

Computer Engineering students will have labs in digitals, microcomputers and computer networks. Advanced course options will find the student in labs like advanced logic systems and haptics.

Research Labs

Undergraduate and graduate students will get hands-on experience in several research labs overseen by the Electrical & Computer Engineering faculty.

High voltage lab circuit

High Voltage Lab

The High Voltage Lab allows faculty and students to conduct research in the area of dielectric materials at different physical states.

Medical imaging

Research in Engineering and Collaborative Haptics Lab

The Research in Engineering and Collaborative Haptics (REACH) Lab conducts research on autonomous systems, robotics/haptics, and human machine interaction.

Electric vehicle battery prototype

Advanced Machines & Power Electronics Design Laboratory

The Kettering University Advanced Power Electronics Laboratory (AMPED), established in 2011, focuses on the development and testing of electrical machines and power-electronic circuit system prototypes.

Meet Our Faculty