Student working on lab project

Western Michigan University students design impact sensor for football helmets

The electrical and computer engineering department's programs feature dedicated and accessible faculty, small class sizes, and a strong emphasis on hands-on learning. Our undergraduate classes are taught by experienced faculty who are here for the students. The majority of classes have a lab component and there are two semester senior design projects. There are internship, co-op learning and research opportunities as well as active student organizations.

Our graduate classes are taught by experienced faculty who work directly with students. There is a wide variety of specialty areas offered as well as teaching and research assistant-ships, internship, co-op and research opportunities.

WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is celebrating Pi Day 2018 with the first ever “Give a Slice” campaign. The “Give a Slice” campaign is a 36-hour giving campaign in support of academic programs, scholarships and student activities at WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. CEAS supporters can make gifts from noon on Tuesday, March 13 until the campaign ends at midnight on Wednesday, March 14.

Please help WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences celebrate Pi Day 2018 with this unique opportunity. Please “Give a Slice” to support our college and students.

Donations can be made at mywmu.com/GiveaSlice or Text "SLICE" to 41444 and select Electrical and Computer Engineering.