WHY CHOOSE COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AT WVU?
WVU’s Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering offers five
undergraduate and six graduate programs in cybersecurity, biometrics systems engineering,
computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, and software engineering
with the flexibility to choose majors and minors. We are one of the few schools
offering biometrics and cybersecurity in the same engineering program, and we are
the DHS/NSA designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense
Education (CAE-CDE) and Cyber Research (CAE-R). These quality programs prepare
students for high-demand jobs and make a difference towards cyber secure and resilient
infrastructure, clean energy, national defense, and customized healthcare through
hands-on and state-of-the-art learning experience.
Our high-quality research activities and industry partnership in big data and visualization,
AI, ML, biometrics, computer vision, cyber security and computer forensics, software
engineering, communications and sensor networks, power and energy systems, nanotechnology/electronics,
theoretical computer science, radio and astronomy, and healthcare, results in course
offerings with most updated contents and trains students for societal impacts.