Message from the Chair


Dr. Eroglu Welcome to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at North Carolina A&T State University.

The ECE Department offers fully accredited B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, qualified and dedicated faculty and staff, and excellent teaching and research facilities that places the department among the country’s well respected academic institutions.

Electrical and Computer Engineers have changed the technology and the way we live and work in the world. Electrical Engineers design many of the systems that we use every day, including the electrical power grid, communications satellites, computer systems, cell phones, medical devices, control systems, robotics, nanotechnology, lighting, renewable energy, and much more. Computer engineers bridge electrical engineering and computer science to bring hardware and software together. Computer engineers first analyze the needs of users and companies, then design, construct, test and maintain the necessary software or systems through knowledge of electronics, programming and coding.

Hence, at the beginning of this new century, Electrical and Computer Engineering is poised to continue making important contributions to key issues facing society in areas such as power, energy, radio frequency communication, electronics, health, cyber systems, internet of things (IoT), networked communications, environmental monitoring, and information security.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at North Carolina A&T State University is committed to continue providing top class education for our students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Please feel free to contact me, or faculty if you are interested in exploring our programs.

Abdullah Eroglu, Ph.D.
Chairman, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

Telephone: 336-285-2458
FAX: 336-334-7716

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