The College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences (CEACS) is one of
Howard University's 13 schools and colleges. CEACS is composed of the School of
Engineering and Computer Sciences and the School of
Architecture and Design.
The CEACS is home to six academic departments offering accredited undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. The departments include Architecture, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. For additional information you may also see Academic Programs.
Our graduates are skilled in creative design and the application of technological and scientific solutions to complex and challenging problems, interpersonal relations, teamwork, critical thinking, and leadership.
The career fair will take place on Thursday, February 18th from 1PM-4PM in LK Downing Hall.Read More >>
Howard University’s Ahmed Rubaai, Ph.D., a professor of electrical engineering, has been named an IEEE Fellow and is being recognized for “Contributions to The Development of High-Performance Controls for Electric Motor Drives.”Read More >>
Why Doesn’t Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders?
Howard University fights to join the tech boom.
By Vauhini Vara | January 21, 2016Read More >>
347 fellows from around the country are selected by their peers because of their efforts toward advancing science applications that are deemed scientifically or socially distinguished.Read More >>
Howard University Appoints Dr. Achille Messac Dean, College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences.Read More >>
Alston and Hannah Clark (brother and sister) are a true Bison Family. Both of their parents went to and met at Howard University, where Alston and Hannah are currently attending. Growing up homeschooled in St. Paul Minnesota and Maryland, the two tech entrepreneurs developed a passion for technology at an early age. They are now putting their brain power together, with the help of their friends, to bring an innovative solution to college campuses across the country.Read More >>