Due to Covid-19, all advising for first-year students will be handled remotely.
Deciding on a concentration is one of the most important decisions an undergraduate makes. That's why we make every effort to provide transparent information about the expectations, curriculum and culture of the department.
At any time, students can call or email Lori Bailey, undergraduate program coordinator, with questions large or small. For academic consultations, students should contact the appropriate adviser listed below. We are available to help guide you to make an informed, confident decision about your future.
Detailed steps to declare a concentration in electrical and computer engineering are below. First, we recommend students familiarize themselves with the contents of this website.
- The Undergraduate Program page gives an overview.
- The Curriculum page provides details about your path to graduation.
- The Student Projects page lays out the many opportunities students have for independent work, including a list of recent senior theses.
- The Undergraduate Handbook is the most detailed look at the structure of the department.
Steps to Declare
Complete the Pre-Concentration Advising Form on the TigerHub website. Click on the Academic Planning Form (APF) to access the Pre-Concentration Advising Form.
2. Late March (Mar. 24)
View the Fall 2022 electrical and computer engineering courses on the Registrar’s Course Offerings site.
3. April 24 (optional)
This is completely optional, but it's a great way to get to know the department, ask questions of the Director of Undergraduate Studies, and hear from juniors and seniors from the department.
4. Early April
This is your academic advising period. You will be able to meet with a faculty adviser during this time. Adviser assignments will be announced prior to the advising period.
5. Late April
Declare your Concentration. BSE first-year students indicate their concentration on TigerHub.
Welcome to Electrical and Computer Engineering!
2020 Virtual Open House
This year the director of undergraduate studies, Professor James Sturm, hosted two virtual open house sessions via video conference. Both sessions featured senior Joe Zhang and junior Trisha Madhavan, current electrical and computer engineering concentrators, and Jean Bausmith, the undergraduate program coordinator, answering questions from curious first-year students. Below find video recordings of those two sessions.
Virtual Open House I — April 2, 2020