Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Degrees

Computer Engineering

In addition to the electrical engineering major outlined, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a curriculum leading to a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering. The computer engineering curriculum provides a solid foundation in electrical engineering fundamentals, as well as a comprehensive study of computer software and hardware systems. Through an ample elective program, students can customize their studies to their individual interests, emphasizing hardware engineering, software engineering, or intelligent systems.

Undergraduate Bulletin*: Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering major provides students with a comprehensive electrical engineering background including course specialties in five broad categories: Electronic Devices and Systems; Signals, Systems & Control; Electromagnetic Fields and Communication; Power and Energy Systems and Computer Hardware and Software.

Undergraduate Bulletin*: Electrical Engineering

Five-year Bachelor's/Master's Program

The Five-Year BS/MS Program allows qualified students to receive a bachelor of science and a master of science in biomedical engineering in just five years. Students with qualifying grade point averages enroll in the program during their junior year. They begin their thesis research the summer between their junior and senior years. Their research laboratory experience will continue during the summer between their senior and fifth years and throughout their fifth year, culminating in the preparation of a written thesis and defense.

Undergraduate Bulletin*: Five-year B.S./M.S. Program

*There is a new bulletin edition for each academic year. The Marquette University bulletins outline current policies for all students and curricular requirements for those students entering Marquette in a given academic year. Refer to the section on how to use the bulletin for more information.

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Overview

Electrical engineers work on the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and how we use it. Computer engineers design and build the hardware and software that run our global marketplace. Think about the gadgets you plug into on a daily basis. How many of them are powered by electricity or computer technology?

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Contact

 

Dr. Edwin Yaz
Department Chair
Professor

(414) 288-6820
edwin.yaz@marquette.edu