WSU’s School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science provides you with first-rate preparation for careers in electrical engineering, computer science, software engineering, and computer engineering.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is consistently ranked among the top 70 electrical and computer engineering schools nationally by U.S. News and World Report. The power systems engineering program is ranked among the top five in the nation in number of faculty, students, and research expenditure.
Our world-class faculty includes a member of the National Academy of Engineering and seven fellows of national professional societies, such as IEEE and the Institute of Physics.
We are proud to offer the only online program in electrical power engineering. The professional science master’s degree prepares graduates for successful careers in this growing field. A highlight of the program is the new industry-sponsored course in renewable energy. Learn more about the electrical power engineering program and apply online.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is a key member of two National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers: the Center for Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits (CDADIC), and the Power Systems Energy Research Center (PSERC). These prestigious centers bring together industry and university researchers in a cooperative effort to solve pressing science challenges.
- Analog, RF and Mixed-Signal Application Group (ARMAG)
- CASAS Smart Home Project
- Community Health Analytics Institute (CHAI)
- Energy Systems Innovation Center (ESIC)
- High Performance Computational Biology Laboratory
- Information Research Lab
- Intellligent Robot Learning Laboratory (IRLL)
- Mobile, Pervasive and Sensor Computing (MPSC)
- Scalable Algorithms for Data Science Laboratory (SCADS)
- Smart Environments Research Center (SERC)
- Smart Grid Demonstration and Research Investigation Lab (SGDRIL)
George Allen–Fluke Corp
Doug Allred–Cisco Systems (Retired)
Joe Dumoulin–Next IT
Booga Gilbertson–Puget Sound Energy
Debbie Gracio (Co-Chair)–Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Terry Heng–Uniquesoft LLC
Rick Hoover–All Terrain Software
Joe McPherson–The Boeing Company
Steve Muchlinski (Co-Chair)–Muchlinski Consultants, Inc
Dave Richards–EMC2/Isilon Storage (Retired)
Floyd Rogers–Microsoft (Retired)
Heather Rosentrater–Avista Corp
Rob Schauble–Esgyn Corp (HP)
Greg Zweigle–Schweitzer Engineering Laboratory, Inc