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Welcome to UNC Charlotte’s William States Lee College of Engineering

Here, from the very first year, students engage in immersive, hands-on projects and activities that set the stage for their engineering journey. A defining aspect of this College is its strong connections with local businesses and industry professionals, providing students with invaluable real-world insights and experiences.

A stellar location for success

Nestled on a sprawling 1000-acre wooded campus,  UNC Charlotte provides an idyllic suburban setting for learning and growth. It is located in Charlotte, which is not only the largest city in North Carolina but also one of the 25 largest cities in the US. The university's proximity to both the mountains and the coast, each within a few hours' drive, offers a diverse range of recreational opportunities.

When it comes to opportunities, Charlotte is a dynamic hub, marked by its rapid metropolitan growth and reputation as a key player in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and energy. The region is a business powerhouse, home to over 270 Fortune 500 Companies, with seven headquartered in Mecklenburg County. Where better to launch a rewarding career?

Where collaboration meets practical application

The William States Lee College of Engineering has over 60 years of experience nurturing engineering professionals with the skills, knowledge and confidence to lead. To cater to diverse aspirations, it specialises in various disciplines, including civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and engineering science, industrial and systems engineering, and engineering technology and construction management. Hence, it is home to approximately 700 undergraduate and 50 graduate students.

Welcome to the forefront of innovation and excellence at UNC Charlotte's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Its undergraduate programmes were designed to empower aspiring engineers with the skills and knowledge to shape the future of technology.

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The Master of Science in Applied Energy and Electromechanical Systems

Some of the College’s most versatile graduates are produced through the Master of Science in Applied Energy and Electromechanical Systems (AEES) programme. The 30-credit hour qualification focuses on energy conversion, transfer, and conservation, emphasising resource optimisation.

It delves into the analysis and optimisation of energy processes, with a key focus on developing environmentally friendly, resilient, and sustainable energy systems. Beyond energy, graduates gain expertise in electromechanical systems, covering mechatronics, robotics, additive manufacturing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, ensuring they are equipped with cutting-edge skills for diverse career opportunities.