Mon., Feb. 16: |
Presidents' Day - No class
Mon., Mar. 2:
Midterm Grade Due
Sat., Mar. 7 - Sun., Mar. 15:
Thu., Apr. 2:
Last Withdrawal - Continuing Students
Mon., Mar. 30 - Fri., Apr. 3:
Priority Registration Summer I & II/Fall
Thu., Apr. 9 - Sat., Apr. 11:
Fri., Apr. 24:
Last Withdrawal - New Freshmen & Transfers
Thu., Apr. 30:
Mon., Apr. 27 - Fri., May. 1:
Dead Week - No Exams
Fri., May. 1:
Dead Day - No academic activities
Sat., May. 2 - Thu., May. 7:
Thu., May. 7:
EECS Alumni Reunion
Fri., May. 8:
Fri., May. 8:
Mon., May. 11:
Final Grades Due
The Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science develops graduates that enable the management of tremendous amounts of data and energy around the world.
EECS Degree Options
The department offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees. Click on any info link below to find out more.
* The Minor Options also includes Area of Special Interest (ASI).
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degrees are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), http://www.abet.org. The accreditation status for the EE Degree and all other CSM programs can be found at the CSM accreditation page.
Program Educational Outcomes (PEOs) and Student Outcomes are described on the EECS website.
Annual student enrollment and graduation data are available on this page.
EECS is currently accepting applications for three positions:
- Assistant Professor, Computer Science
- Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering
- Teaching Associate Professor, Computer Science
Spotlight on EECS
Antenna Analysis and Design
Prof. Atef Elsherbeni and Dr. Payam Nayeri of the EECS department published a book entitled “Antenna Analysis and Design Using FEKO Electromagnetic Simulation Software”
The book is to introduce students and interested researchers to antenna design and analysis using the popular commercial electromagnetic software FEKO. This book is primarily intended for students working in the field of antenna analysis and design; however the wealth of hands-on design examples presented in this book—along with simulation details—also makes it a valuable reference for practicing engineers.
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