Both the electrical engineering and computer engineering B.S. degrees are accredited by ABET-EAC.
Ensures that graduates have met the educational requirements necessary to enter the profession.
Getting an electrical or computer engineering degree at Weber State University is affordable.
Tuition and fees at Weber State are considerably lower than the national average for private and public institutions as well as compared to other ABET-accredited programs in northern Utah.
A comparison of tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic year per semester for each of the ABET-accredited EE/CE programs in the Utah System of Higher Education is given below (for Utah residents).
|Credit hours:||Weber State University (pdf)||Utah State University (pdf)1||University of Utah (pdf)1|
|Part-time (6 hours)||$1,905.13||$2,571.62||$3,293.23|
|Full-time (15 hours)||$3,195.33||$4,686.89||$6,520.90|
1Both the Utah State University and University of Utah numbers are computed assuming differential tuition for upper-division engineering courses. Weber State University does not charge differential tuition for its engineering courses.
ECE average class sizes range from 18-24 students and will not exceed 24 students, even in introductory classes.
The emphasis is applied engineering and not strictly theory. Our goal is for every student to be prepared for the workforce in cutting edge electrical and computer engineering careers.
Weber State Engineering has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top program among schools without Ph.D. programs.
Degrees in electrical and computer engineering consistently rank near the top of the list of college degrees with the highest salary potential. The tech and defense industries close to Weber State are rapidly expanding.
Given the exciting employment landscape along the Wasatch Front, ECE graduates are in high demand and have historically enjoyed nearly 100% job placement upon graduation.
Beyond the classroom, the Weber State campus is situated at the foot of Mount Ogden in the Wasatch Mountains. The campus has great access to a wide variety of activities for the outdoor enthusiast: over 170,000 acres of National Forest land, three ski resorts, hundreds of miles of trails, 13,000 acres of lakes connected by pristine rivers, and world-class climbing.
Downtown Ogden is home to the world-famous Historic 25th Street which hosts myriad events such as the Ogden Farmers Market every Saturday during the summer and the Ogden Twilight concert series.