Engineering builds on a strong traditional mathematics, science, and engineering core. The Electrical and Computer Engineering emphasis focuses on the areas of digital systems, communication systems, and computer controlled instrumentation and computer simulation.
The mathematics courses listed as cognates for the Engineering degree satisfy the requirements for a minor in mathematics. A second major in mathematics requires 6 additional credits in mathematics, and a second major in physics requires 14–17 additional credits in physics. See the Mathematics and Physics department listings for details.
No grade lower than C- may be counted toward any degree requirement. An Engineering or Computing course may be repeated only once. Students may repeat only two Engineering or Computing courses. Students will be asked to withdraw from the program if they fail two Engineering or Computing courses in the same semester. Readmission will be considered on an individual basis. Transfer credits need to be submitted a minimum of six weeks prior to beginning of classes. Transfer students will be considered on an individual basis. Courses 200-level and above are restricted to admitted majors/minors only.