The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers conducive programs of study to four academic degrees. For subgraduated level, the Baccalaureate in Sciences in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), and the Baccalaureate in Sciences in Computer Engineering are offered (BSCpE). For graduated level, the Masters in Sciences in Electrical Engineering (MSEE), Masters in Electrical Engineering (MEEE), Masters in Sciences in Computer Engineering (MSCpE), and Masters in Computer Engineering (MECpE) are offered. The Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Program are fully accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET). The MSEE degree requires the preparation of an original thesis, whereas the MEEE degree requires the preparation of a report related to the development of an engineering project.
The Department has a faculty of 46 professors, about 1,400 students subgraduated and near 100 graduated students.