Electrical & Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering (B.S.)

Computer engineers are responsible for developing the powerful computer systems that have become a part of our everyday life. Applications for computer engineering span the spectrum from high-performance, general-purpose computing systems such as desktop workstations used in all facets of business, to small microprocessors embedded in larger systems and functioning as controllers.

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Electrical Engineering (B.S.)

The profession of electrical engineering touches all aspects of our lives in that electrical engineers design and fabricate devices and systems critical in applications such as computing, communications, health care, manufacturing and automation, power generation and utilization, transportation, and entertainment. An element very important to these and many other applications is the microelectronic device or system.

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Computer Engineering, minor in (minor)

The minor in computer engineering consists of completing the following courses listed in the Bulletin. Click the link below for more information.

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Electrical Engineering, minor in (minor)

The minor in electrical engineering consists of completing at least 18 credits in electrical engineering courses (EGRE courses and EGMN   315) listed in the Bulletin. Click the link below for more information.

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