ECEE Instructional Laboratories
- CAD Lab
- Capstone Lab
- Circuits Lab
- Computers as Components Lab
- Digital Logic Lab
- DSP and Communications Lab
- EM Fields Lab
- Embedded Systems Lab
- Optics Lab
- Power Electronics and Control Systems Lab
Our instructional laboratories require a substantial portion of the department's resources to purchase, maintain, and continually upgrade the hardware and software which provides our students with exposure to state-of-the-art industry standards. The many hours of laboratory time require an average of 25 teaching assistants each semester in sections which are of limited size so that each student has adequate access to help as needed.
Because of the heavy financial resources required along with dwindling institutional support, the ECEE Department participated in a College of Engineering initiative in 2005 to establish course fees for our laboratory courses in order to enable us to continue to provide the hands-on experiences which make our students among the best.
In addition to course fees and expenditures from the department's general budget, we have been fortunate to have received a number of donations and grants from the College of Engineering's Engineering Excellence Fund. Details of these donations and grants may be found at: