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 Systems 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.
To become a recognized leader in research and the creation of learning environments conducive to the solution of problems which transcend the boundaries of discipline and profession.
- To serve our students by providing learning environments and curricula which foster their ability to formulate and solve problems, manage complexity and uncertainty. To develop sensitivities to interpersonal relations. To support the acquisition of strong technical competencies.
- To contribute to the solution of national and global problems through research, teaching and learning.