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Electrical & Computer Engineering

Computer Engineers work to make computing systems and computers smaller, faster, cheaper, and better overall. They have a multidisciplinary skillset between electrical engineering and computer science that offers them a range of opportunities from telecommunications, manufacturing, product development, robotics, cybersecurity, healthcare, and various other areas of technology. Students can emphasize hardware or software in their studies.

Learn about the differences between Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.

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Tony Jewkes

Career Director, Engineering & Technology
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Clubs

Association for Computing Machinery

BYU's ACM Chapter is just a small part of the worldwide ACM community, which was founded in 1947 and is the largest educational and computing society in the world! The BYU ACM club is the go-to Computer Science club at BYU.

Relevant Programs:
Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering and Technology Leadership Council

Our vision is to provide our fellow students with resources and opportunities that will help them maximize their potential as leaders and skilled professionals while at BYU and prepare them for success in the future.

Relevant Programs:
Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Information Technology

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Click below to explore Electrical & Computer Engineering research and research opportunities at BYU.

Electrical & Computer Engineering Research

Career Outcomes