The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of West Florida offers two fully accredited degree programs - a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCE). Both engineering programs are offered at two exceptional locations:
UWF's Pensacola campus (state of the art School of Science and Engineering building) The facility not only allows students to engage in exciting collaborations with faculty, but also puts science and engineering on display. Among the building's features are classrooms designed for a global, technological society, prototype robot fabrication and testing laboratories, a 3D virtual reality simulator and a glass-walled atrium that will put science on public-view. In addition, the facility's think-tank environment is conducive to the incubator activities that are the hallmark of successful partnership between academic, industrial and community participants.
Shalimar (Fort Walton Beach) at the Research and Engineering Education Facility (REEF), a facility of the University of Florida. Here University of West Florida students in undergraduate engineering now have the opportunity to immerse themselves in an engineering and research environment. Our fully accredited program enables UWF faculty and students to work collaboratively with UF faculty and students on projects and to exchange ideas. Once you complete the undergraduate program, you can continue your education at the graduate level with UF at the same facility.