There’s more to electrical and computer engineering than simply learning about circuits, electronics and electrical machines. Through the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Kettering, you’ll have ample hands-on learning opportunities to design, build, test and use them, too.
From our exciting and challenging curriculum to our experiential learning opportunities, you’ll find that the electrical and computer engineering degree programs at Kettering are unrivaled. As a computer engineering major or electrical engineering major at Kettering, you’ll prepare to join a network of successful engineers.
At Kettering, not only will you be attending a highly respected institution with a long history of preparing brilliant engineers, but we have numerous other benefits to offer you, too.
Our co-op model
As you earn your electrical or computer engineering degree, you’ll gain real-world, on-the-job experience you can add to your resume by alternating classroom work with hands-on experiences in the field. You’ll work with one of our 420 Kettering employer partners, including Tesla, General Motors and Microsoft.
On-campus student groups
No matter which electrical and computer engineering degree you pursue, we have active student groups to help you network and collaborate with future engineers like you. At Kettering, electrical engineering majors and computer engineering majors alike belong to student chapters of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Electrical and Computer Engineering honor society, Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN), as well as our student electric go-kart group, EV-Kartz, and others.
From your first week on campus, you’ll test and grow your skills in our cutting-edge labs that focus on mobility, power electronics and haptics. As an electrical engineering major, you’ll study and work with circuits, electronics and electrical machines. As a computer engineering major, you’ll have labs that focus on digital systems, microcomputers and computer networks.