Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Welcome from the chair



Welcome to the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department at the University of Toledo.

We offer ABET-accredited undergraduate degrees in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) as well as Computer Science & Engineering (BSCSE), where the latter is a dual accredited degree (BS in Computer Science and BS in Computer Engineering) in one.  Since both degree programs are housed in the same department, students have the option of pursuing the dual degree program earning both a BSEE and BSCSE concurrently.  We also offer the BSCSE degree program at a second location near Cleveland on a satellite location of the Lorain County Community College through in-residence faculty and staff.

We also offer graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering (MSEE), Engineering Science with Concentration in Computer Science and Engineering (MSES in CSE) as well as doctorate (Ph. D) in Engineering Science. 

Both undergraduate degree programs have the mandatory cooperative education component, which facilitates our students to gain real life experience in their chosen profession as well as develop professional connections with prospective employers. 

Our graduates have the option of pursuing a career in industry or academia, embark on entrepreneurship, or pursue advanced degrees.

We are also proud to be one of the largest departments in the College of Engineering, the University's flagship college, which has recently been ranked in the Princeton review among the top 20 graduate schools in the nation and among the best four in the state of Ohio. The College of Engineering is located on 40 acres of land, housed within a $21 million, multi-building complex.

Our state of the art facilities, laboratories, renowned faculty, industry collaboration, and multi-disciplinary programs offer an exceptional opportunity for those joining our team. The College of Engineering has a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of 3,000 students and 70 faculty. The University of Toledo is a state-supported institution enrolling approximately 20,000 students.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Gursel Serpen, PhD

Professor and Interim Chair




Last Updated: 7/19/19