Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Electrical And Computer Science Engineering — The Forefront of New Technologies

Technology is continually evolving. The world needs creative experts to develop the next generation of computers or software for the latest artificial intelligence.

UToledo offers two accredited bachelor's degree ― electrical engineering and computer science and engineering ― as well as master's and Ph.D. programs. We also have a graduate certificate in cyber security.

  • Undergraduate co-op program = paid industry experience
  • State-of-the-art facilities and labs
  • Cutting-edge research
  • Industry collaboration
  • Renowned faculty
  • Entrepreneurship opportunities

Live near Cleveland? Take advantage of our bachelor's degree in computer science engineering program at Lorain County Community College.


Electrical engineering and computer science engineering, as well as all UToledo bachelor's degree engineering programs are accredited by ABET. Learn more about why accredited programs are important.

Meet Jason Gonring

Class of 2019, Electrical Engineering

"I want to solve real-world problems and make life better for people in my community. I joined a UToledo initiative to make solar energy more accessible to middle- and lower-income families in downtown Toledo. The project I worked on to put a solar array on Health Science Campus was one of my favorites. I applied everything I learned in class, and I learned soft skills, too — like how to compromise with people and make a big initiative like this come together."

Meet Evan Reed

Class of 2019, Electrical Engineering

"Nothing beats co-ops — to see how engineering works in the real world, get experience and earn enough to pay tuition. With all the resources UToledo offers and the high job placement rate for engineering students, it set me up for life after college. I have minimal debt."

Meet Harish Hemming

Class of 2021, Computer Science Engineering and Physics

"Even the big classes at UToledo aren’t huge. You can connect with your professors. They can help you do research or be a reference for a job. During a career expo on campus, a recruiter from First Solar, a local company, saw on my resume that I had a double major. He contacted me a few days later and offered me a co-op job."



Christie Hennen

Contact Christie Hennen
Associate Director of Student Services



Last Updated: 6/27/22