Why EECS at UCF?
The Department of EECS is a hidden gem of opportunities in education and research, providing undergraduate and advanced degrees in the Renaissance Careers of the future. Computer Science and Engineering graduates are consistently among the highest paid jobs in today's work force. CareerBuilder.com recently reported that Computer Science graduates from the Class of 2008 had salary offers rise 7.9% and engineering graduates rose 5.7% over those of 2007. The Department of EECS offers Bachelors, BS MS (5-yr), Masters and Doctorate degrees in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering, as well as a Bachelors degree in Information Technology.
EECS Undergraduate students also have an outstanding opportunity to earn their Bachelors degree with Honors through UCF's The Burnett Honors College. University Honors admission is granted only through The Burnett Honors College, and eligible students must apply as freshmen or as Honors AA transfer students from participating community colleges in all majors and disciplines.