Undergraduate Programs > Dual Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Students enrolled in either degree program can obtain two Bachelor of Science degrees, in Electrical Engineering and in Computer Engineering, by successfully completing all the requirements of both programs and a minimum of one-hundred-and-fifty credit hours.
The following links describe the University core curriculum requirements and requirements for the major. A suggested curriculum guide for a five year program is presented. Credit hour analysis is outlined for the general education, mathematics and basic sciences, required foundation courses and technical elective requirements.
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