Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering: This undergraduate degree program is built around a strong basic core of mathematics, physics, and engineering science. These fundamentals are followed by intermediate courses in electrical engineering topics such as signal processing, digital design, circuit analysis, microelectronic circuits, and electromagnetics. Teamwork, communication skills, and an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving are integrated into the senior elective sequence, including a senior design seminar and capstone design course.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering: This undergraduate degree program is designed to provide students with a strong background in mathematics, physics, and engineering science. The curriculum includes courses in computer architecture and operating systems, advanced digital design, electromagnetics and microelectronic circuits, and advanced digital design. Courses throughout the program, especially those in the junior and senior years, emphasize an open-ended, design-oriented approach to solving engineering problems. Teamwork, communication skills, and an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving are integrated into the senior, computer engineering design courses.
Joint B.S./M.S. Degree: This program allows students to receive either the bachelor of science in electrical engineering or bachelor of science in computer engineering and a master's degree in electrical and computer engineering within a five-year time frame. Students completing both a bachelor’s and master’s in electrical or computer engineering may also be eligible for the Graduate Option where they may use up to six credit hours of senior/graduate-level ECE coursework for both degrees.
Last revised November 3, 2015