Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: Home - Welcome to the Tufts University School of Engineering's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We are a community of about 120 undergraduate students, 60 graduate students and 20 faculty and staff actively engaged in both education and research covering the full spectrum of disciplines related to the electrical sciences and computer engineering: from nanoelectronics to microplasma sensors, wireless communications systems and smart grids to solar cells; environmental imaging to robotics. Tufts offers ABET-accredited bachelor's degrees in Electrical Engineering as well as Computer Engineering, along with a non-accredited Engineering degree. With fewer than 40 students per graduating class, extensive faculty-student interaction is the norm both in and out of the classroom. ECE professors regularly engage our undergraduates in cutting-edge research.
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Installed on my 2013 Tacoma TRD SPORT. The adhesive it comes with is confusing as to where exactly you need to place it. Besides the adhesive hanging out it looks alright. It's a lot bigger than the stock mudflaps, but is fairly sturdy.