We are passionate about working, teaching, and researching in one of the most dynamic and relevant fields of study today. From your cell phone to your power supply to the device you are reading this on - you are witnessing the work of electrical and computer engineers.

Recognized nationally and internationally, in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Queen's, we pride ourselves on the excellence of both our teaching and our research, as well as the strong connection that we have with our students. Our faculty, staff, and students are a diverse collection of individuals who come from all parts of the globe. The common thread that binds us is that we learn, teach, and research ECE.

Our undergraduate faculty-to-student ratio is among the highest in the country and translates to a very direct and personal educational experience for our students. In addition, we have the largest graduate program in the faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the fourth largest program campus-wide at Queen's University. And we're excited that recent major employment surveys have indicated that demand for engineering graduates remains high and that engineers are amongst the highest paid of all new university graduates.