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Message from the Dept. Head
Welcome to the Electrical and Computer Engineering website. We are pleased that you are interested in our department. You have chosen an excellent private university to attend, to prepare for one of the top career fields in the world. We are confident that you will find the ECE programs at Florida Institute of Technology to be among the best. Florida Tech is a great place to study, and the F. W. Olin Engineering Complex provides an outstanding learning environment. This state-of-the art facility reflects Florida Tech's commitment to academic excellence and cutting-edge programs that will prepare you for a rewarding career.
This is an exciting time to be at Florida Tech. Keep in mind:
- Florida Tech has small classes with personalized attention.
- We have established an environment where your success is also our success.
- Getting accepted is only the beginning of the many exciting challenges that lie ahead for you.
Dr. Samuel P. Kozaitis
Professor and Department Head
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Who We Are
Our students are trailblazers. They have accepted the challenge to pursue a field of study with potential to revolutionize the world in which we live.
Our faculty consists of excellent educators with national and international reputations in Communications and Wireless Systems, Signal and Image Processing, Software/hardware integration, Electromagnetics, and Fiber Optics. Learn more.
What We Do
Our mission is to prepare students to become successful professionals in a dynamic global environment. By fostering a desire for lifelong learning through a broad-based interdisciplinary core education, both the electrical and computer engineering programs provide opportunities for undergraduate research that reflects the expanding world around us and gives students the tools to advance the state-of-the-art in their chosen specialization area. Mission and Educational Objectives
What We Offer
A major component of our department involves "hands-on" learning, and we have integrated the laboratory experience into many of our classes. We want you to be assured that you will not only know the material critical to electrical and computer engineering, but that you will also be able to demonstrate mastery of the material when you graduate. Learn more.
We encourage faculty, students, and others to attend our seminar series. Learn more.
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