The program includes a strong emphasis on laboratory activities and student engineering design projects. Particular focus is placed on the design of hardware and software for engineering systems that utilize embedded digital processors such as microprocessors, microcontrollers, digital signal processors and personal computers.
Resources available to you include an outstanding cooperative education program and the Stout Technology Transfer Institute. A part of UW-Stout’s Discovery Center, the STTI is a nationally-recognized center that assists regional businesses in applying innovative technologies to become more competitive. As you progress toward your degree, both of these resources provide valuable opportunities for you to learn through practical, on-the-job experiences while still enrolled at UW-Stout.
"The opportunity to network with future engineers and professors well-established in their fields, combined with the chance to learn industry tools and the hands-on approach, has set me up for success in the field."
-- Maximilien McDermott
B.S. Computer and Electrical Engineering
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