Opportunities for electrical and computer engineering (ECE) graduates seem to be virtually unlimited, with growth in health and medical devices, Internet of Things, consumer electronics, supercomputing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, smart energy, electric vehicles, robotics, cloud computing, augmented and virtual reality, 5G, machine vision, and much more. Despite all this opportunity, the completion rate for ECE majors remains among the lowest of the engineering disciplines.
To help more students succeed, this blog will feature a series of blog posts to arm students with free tools and tips to help students meet the challenges of an ECE education. Please add your ideas in the comments; perhaps they will be featured in a future blog post. Who knows how many students might be helped by your kind sharing?