Located in Miami, a globally connected city, the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) belongs to FIU, which has multiple campuses across South Florida and an international presence online. As a member of one of the country’s top-tier research universities, the college is actively engaged in cutting-edge studies and education, and is home to top-level research laboratories and facilities. It is ranked #91 by the National Science Foundation out of 358 in its Higher Education Research and Development rankings for federal research expenditures across all engineering disciplines.
With close to 6,000 students, CEC graduates the largest number of Hispanic engineers in the continental United States. U.S. News also ranked CEC #41 for best online graduate programs. CEC has two schools – School of Construction and School of Computing and Information Sciences – and four departments – Biomedical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical and Materials Engineering. For more information about the FIU College of Engineering & Computing, visit cec.fiu.edu.
Students participating in our programs benefit from:
- Distinguished faculty
- Diverse student body
- On campus library service, study spaces and computer laboratories
- Intercampus transportation
- Cutting edge research facilities