The Department of ECE 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). All ECE programs are offered at two exceptional locations fully-equipped and staffed.
UWF's Pensacola campus (state-of-the-art College 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, 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.
UWF's Emerald Coast Campus at Fort Walton Beach- Conveniently located close to both Eglin and Hurlburt Field Air Force Bases, our Engineering programs are on the Northwest Florida State College/UWF joint campus in the northwestern corner of Fort Walton Beach. This campus includes state-of-the-art labs very similar to those located in Pensacola. With several full-time faculty based on the campus and our high-tech, synchronous, fully interactive distance learning teaching labs, the upper division Engineering programs can be completed in Fort Walton Beach.