Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Curriculum

There is no better way to serve the Army and the Nation than to earn an Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Technology degree in the Department of EECS. The U.S. Army depends every day on a thousand information technologies at all levels from individual soldier to strategic decision maker. Leaders who understand these technologies and how to use them effectively are vital to our present and our future, in peace and in war.

Please use the links at the left to learn about the Department. You'll be most interested in the following Major's Program Overviews:

Our best advice, though, is to stop by the department and discuss your thoughts and goals with one of our Academic Counselors. We are located on the first floor of Thayer Hall (South end of the building). You can also click below to send the senior academic counselor an email message:

  • Computer Science Counselor, LTC Alexander Mentis
  • Electrical Engineering Counselor, Dr. Peter Hanlon
  • Information Technology Counselor, COL Tanya Estes

A coffee or soda is on us!

Potential Sequencers

The Cyber Engineering Sequence provides the non-majors with a grounding in the art and science of software design and construction. The three courses of the sequence are shown here.

  • CY300 Programming Fundamentals
  • CY350 Network Engineering & Management
  • CY450 Cyber Security Engineering

The Electrical Engineering Sequence provides non-majors with the essential skills and knowledge needed to design elementary electrical and electronic systems. The three courses of the sequence are shown here.

  • EE300 Fundamentals of Digital Logic
  • EE350 Basic Electrical Engineering
  • EE450 Military Robotic Systems

Other cadets interested in EECS courses

If you would like to take an EECS course to fill a free elective requirement, any faculty member will be happy to discuss options with you or direct you to the right person. Stop by or send a note to one of the Academic Counselors listed above under our best advice!

Shared Vision

The Army’s premier source of information technology, electrical engineering, and computer science education for Army officers; sustaining a culture where cadets, faculty, and staff members are inspired to achieve their full potential; recognized for contributions to the Academy, the Army, and our disciplines.

Core Values

We base our unique values on the Army's: Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. To these we add...

Trust
We innovate at the speed of trust.

Consideration
We treat others as they would have us treat them.

Expertise
We strive for broad and deep knowledge about all our disciplines.

Teamwork
We quietly help each other to succeed.

Initiative
We take responsibility for improvements of all kinds.

Community
We share a sense of collegial enthusiasm about what we do.

Excellence
We perform each task as well as it ought to be done.

Balance
We seek to be well-rounded human beings.

 

Goals

  • Our graduates possess knowledge of state-of-the-art engineering and technology that meets Army needs; they are able to master and apply new technologies throughout a career of service.
  • Our teaching makes cadets responsible for their own development in an environment of exceptional resources, guidance, and encouragement to succeed.
  • Our programs are nationally accredited and highly regarded within the community of college education.
  • Our faculty and staff are a diverse team of professionals, each making his or her personal best contribution to our mission and valuing the contributions of others.
  • Our climate prizes initiative, innovation, and accomplishment for the department team, underpinned by enthusiasm for learning in all our disciplines.
  • Our centers of excellence integrate externally resourced, Army-relevant research and outreach projects with cadet education and faculty professional development.
  • Our organization is kind and fair to people, assigning work equitably, honoring preference, rewarding excellence, enabling continued professional success.
  • Our support activities provide a practically constraint-free environment for accomplishing the mission.

Some facts and figures...

Our department is 71 great people with exceptionally diverse skills and backgrounds. Our classrooms see about 1,800 cadets per year. We operate 28 laboratories including computer, electronic, power, photonic, microwave, VLSI design, and other types, most of them seating 18 cadets, which is our maximum class size. We have a first rate technology infrastructure tied together by a network fast-approaching 100% gigabit speed. Our fabrication shop can build nearly anything, and we have great softball, basketball, and volleyball teams.