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Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Electrical and Computer Engineering major is a nationally-recognized program designed for students interested in math and science and the advancement of technology. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) has accredited the Baylor program which educates the students in the technical foundations of mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science along with an engineering course each semester. Available courses include:

  • Engineering Economics
  • Signals and Systems
  • Microprocessor Systems
  • Power Electronics
  • Image Formation and Processing

Electrical and Computer Engineering is the largest engineering profession in the workforce today. Baylor graduates have gone on to work for many successful and well-known companies, such as Dell, Trance, AT&T, Southwestern Bell, Motorola, Shell, HP and many others. A number of the students choose to continue their engineering education, both at Baylor and other institutions.

The Engineering program offers a unique study abroad opportunity, the i5 Program (Immersion Into International Interdisciplinary Innovation). The program is designed to help students develop science and technology insight, business savvy and global cultural competence through real-world business, engineering, and computer science experiences. Students spend five weeks in China and earn six credit hours.

Baylor offers three residential colleges for students wishing to live and invest in a community of students with similar interests. Among these is the Teal Residential College for Engineering and Computer Science located in the East Village residential area.

For more information: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Students in this program begin as a pre-major. Learn more about pre-majors.


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