School of Electronic & Computing Systems at University of Cincinnati offering BS, MS, and PhD degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering technology, computer science and engineering.
Our graduates are advancing the fields of biomedicine, renewable energy, intelligent systems, nanotechnology, and more. SECS offers degrees in computer and electrical engineering and engineering technology.
Our professors have earned a large number of awards for excellence in teaching. SECS has over 35 faculty members committed to excellence and fostering the next generation of innovative and entrepreneurial engineers.
Our students alternate semesters of classes with semesters of paid professional work. SECS students earn an average of $60,000 during their co-op experiences and usually receive job offers from their co-op employers upon graduation.
SECS faculty are constantly working on the cutting-edge of science and patenting new technologies. They put their knowledge and experience to use daily in laboratories, industry, the field—and most importantly—in their dedication to helping every student succeed.
Student organizations can help SECS students enhance leadership and communication skills, develop and enhance social skills, and provide valuable networking opportunities.
SECS has excellent research laboratories and teaching facilities with state-of-the-art equipment. Our faculty are dedicated to graduating professionals with the knowledge, skills, and character to revolutionize medicine, communications, entertainment, business, and more.
Benjamin Zerhusen, EE, Brad Kerserich, CE, James Moore, CET, and Amy Reilley, EET, won 2013 Senior Achievement Awards.
Li Shen won the 2013 Outstanding PhD Dissertation Award for "Portable Multiplexed Optical Detection for Point-of-Care."
Antar Manchada won the 2013 Outstanding MS Thesis Award for "A Design Methodology for Differential Power Attach Resistant Circuits."