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Does working with electricity spark your interest? Or maybe you see yourself designing computer hardware or software? Either way, pursuing a degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering at University of Detroit Mercy is a great way to get your dreams off the ground. Our talented, dedicated professors, “spiral curriculum” and hands-on program will set you up for success!

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Great Things At Detroit Mercy

  • All engineering students are required to complete three semesters of co-op — actual, paid work — that allow them to graduate with real industry experience.
  • Our Chinese American Partnership Program and Mexican American Partnership Program offer students great opportunities to study abroad.
  • The Five-Year Bachelor/Master’s Program lets qualified students save a year of time (and tuition!) in getting that highly sought after degree.
  • Small class sizes — our average student-to-teacher ratio is 11:1; that means plenty of individualized attention aimed at making sure our students succeed.
  • In the tradition of our Jesuit and Mercy sponsors, Detroit Mercy offers a well-rounded education. We don’t just teach engineering; we create community leaders.

Your Boundless Future

Electrical and computer engineers are qualified to work in many industries, including energy IT, manufacturing, power, transport, construction and building services. Opportunities are also available in telecommunications, research and development, and technology.

View the Bureau of Labor Statistics information for this profession.

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Contact Info

Mark Paulik
Professor of Electrical Engineering
313-993-1057
paulikmj@udmercy.edu

Featured Student

Anna Rose Periyappurathu '18

“The five-year Engineering master’s program is what attracted me to Detroit Mercy. The professors are very welcoming and they really care for me as an individual and how well I do. Class size is another plus as every student gets the attention they need. The professors are an email or a knock on a door away for assistance whenever the need arises. I am proud and honored to tell my friends and family that I am part of this great institution."

Featured Alumna

Laurel VandePutte '07

"The co-op program gave me the opportunity to try one thing, found out that it’s not exactly what I want and then try something else where it completely opened up new opportunities for me.”

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