The College of Engineering, Architecture and Computer Sciences (CEACS) is one of
Howard University's 12 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.
Congratulations to the Howard University Class of 2015 Mechanical Engineering Department Graduates!Read More >>
Over the course of the 2014 – 2015 academic year, the Capstone Senior Project Team sponsored by Northrop Grumman Corporation worked with experts at Northrop Grumman to evaluate candidate super conducting substrates, backplane materials and electronic packaging techniques for use in superconducting microchips at cryogenic temperatures.Read More >>
Computer Science senior Sarah Jones was recently awarded a $50,000 scholarship for displaying commitment to her community by volunteering and making excellent contributions in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) fields.Read More >>
HU ADVANCE-IT presented its Woman in STEM Researcher of the Year Award to Dr. Kimberly L. Jones on Friday, April 17, 2015. The award, first given in 2014, recognizes the distinguished scholarship and leadership of women faculty in STEM at Howard UniversityRead More >>
Congratulations to the 2015 Computer Science Graduates!Read More >>
Damage from earthquakes pose a substantial risk to the world's communication technology and the essential digital data of individuals everywhere. Finding ways to reduce the risk is the research aim of Claudia Marin-Artieda, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Howard University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.Read More >>