The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers nine engineering programs leading to the degree of bachelor of science (BS) degree: aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial and mechanical engineering.
Five combined BS/MBA programs are offered in conjunction with the School of Management. BA, BS, and BS/MS degrees in computer science are offered through the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. A BS degree in engineering physics is offered jointly with the Department of Physics.
The curricula allow students flexibility in their programs of study and encourages interaction between students and faculty. The undergraduate educational experience prepares students for professional practice and advanced study. Special programs including our experiential learning program, undergraduate research, and internship opportunities provide professional development skills and experiences and facilitate placement of our graduates in high-quality engineering positions.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences occupies six buildings on UB's north campus: Bell, Bonner, Davis, Furnas, Jarvis, and Ketter Halls.
Together, these buildings form an outstanding educational and research facility, comprising 275,000 square feet of laboratory and office space.
The Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) provides its students with a computing laboratory equipped with state of the art software, continuously maintained and upgraded teaching laboratories for electronic circuit design and analysis, as well as an embedded systems laboratory funded by Intel. The department is located in Davis Hall, which includes a 5,000 square foot, grade 1,000 cleanroom facility that enables research in nanotechnology with state-of-the-art equipment, which allows for photolithography, metal deposition and dry chemical etching. EE research laboratories located in Davis Hall include:
- Testing and Characterization Lab
- SMALL (Sensors + Microactuators Learning Lab)
- Electronic Materials Lab
Faculty at research universities like UB:
- teach and advise students
- perform scientific research
- serve the university, local, and professional communities
While teaching and student advising are somewhat traditional activities of a professor, scientific research endeavors are particularly significant at a research university. Professors who are active researchers contribute significantly to student education by bringing to the classroom knowledge pertaining to state of the art science and technology. Electrical Engineering currently employs over 30 full-time faculty members, many of whom participate in research in one of our 4 main areas; Signals, Communication and Networking, Solid State Electronics, Energy Systems, and Optics and Photonics.
Please see research accomplishments and recognition of our faculty and students.
Please visit the Electrical Engineering department website for additional information about our faculty.