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Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering – Electrical & Computer Engineering


Electrical and Computer Engineering


Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Rowan is a modern, innovative, project-based program, where we train and graduate agile, proficient, and competent engineers who will be successful in solving not only today’s problems, but also tomorrow’s evolving and emerging engineering challenges.

Six core qualities define and distinguish Rowan ECE graduates:

agile · contemporary · communicative · entrepreneurial · transdisciplinary · competent

To learn more about the unique combined Electrical and Computer Engineering program at Rowan, please use the navigational links on the left, or one of the quick links below.



• Great news for all Rowan Engineering alumni, current and future students – we will soon break ground on a $71M, 90,000 sqft building that will more than double our existing space in Rowan Hall. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department will move to the new building, and will have 6 research labs and 4 dedicated teaching labs.

• Henry M. Rowan Family Foundation commits $15 million to College of Engineering. We are now known as Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering. More information.

New Ph.D. program coming to Rowan’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Prospective students may start inquiring by contacting ECE faculty. More information on PhD program.

Super computers coming to Rowan ECE: Dr. Bouaynaya and Dr. Polikar – along with colleagues Dr. Sukumaran of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Dr. Wu of Chemistry – have won a $400,000 major research instrumentation grant from National Science Foundation to acquire a new High Performance Computing system to Rowan. The system will feature over 1000 cores!

• Rowan ECE receives full ABET accreditation.


  • ToughTalk graduate seminars – every other Friday afternoon at 3:00 PM.