NC State, thanks to contributions from strong programs like the NSF FREEDM Center, has been named among the top-ten “Energy Elite” colleges and universities by the American Energy Society (AES).
Meet Ragan Harrison, an ECE student who studied abroad at Shanghai Jiao Tong, aiming to improve his Chinese skills while continuing his engineering experience amid a different culture.
NC State ECE’s online Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering is named the top program in Best College Reviews’ ranking of the Top 30 Online Master’s programs.
The Graduate Program in NC State University’s College of Engineering ranks among the nation’s top 25 graduate engineering programs by GraduatePrograms.com, a product of SR Education Group.
The website’s 2016 rankings put the College’s graduate program at No. 11 nationally amongst other schools that offer graduate degrees in engineering. Rankings are determined based on student reviews and ratings submitted to the site and data used in school listings gathered from 2015-16 National Center for Education Statistics.
A student reviewer posted, “The program is well designed for students from different parts of the world. It gives a thorough knowledge about the subjects. The faculty are well prepared for the subjects.”
Soaring past the anticipated-favorite teams from Tennessee Tech and the University of Crete, a team of students from NC State’s Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering emerged the winner of the Spectrum-Sharing Radio Contest hosted at Virginia Tech.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Franzon has assumed the position of Director of Graduate Programs in ECE effective May 15.