Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
The Electrical Engineering curriculum requires a minimum of 120 credits to degree completion. Undergraduate students pursue a common foundation in math, physics, chemistry, and an introduction to engineering design and programming. Sophomores and juniors will concentrate on the electrical engineering core curriculum and seniors will choose from a wide variety of electrical engineering elective courses from the following sub-disciplines: Communications and Signal Processing, Computer Engineering, Electrophysics, Microelectronics, Power Systems, and Controls.Learn More
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
The Computer Engineering curriculum requires a minimum of 122 credits to degree completion. Undergraduate students pursue a common foundation in math, physics, and chemistry (as well as computer and engineering sciences), then concentrate on the computer engineering core curriculum during sophomore and junior years.Learn more
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Minor in Computer Engineering
This minor is available to all undergraduate students in the A. James Clark School of Engineering. The minor will introduce students to core hardware concepts such as computer architecture, digital logic design, and digital circuit design, as well as core software concepts such as algorithms, discrete mathematics, and programming.Learn More
Combined B.S./M.S. Program
This accelerated program allows outstanding students to earn both a B.S. and M.S. in five years of study. Students completing this program will have a minimum of 146 credit hours.Learn more
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Academy of Machine Learning
ECE's Academy of Machine Learning Program is designed to provide a concentration of courses around these topics and incorporate a real-world design experience. The program is open to all University students that meet the admissions requirements.
The Academy of Machine Learning Program will have 12-13 credits of required coursework. Prior to enrolling in the citation, students will need to complete three citation admissions requirements.Learn More
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Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering
An ECE transfer program located at the Universities of Shady Grove.
The Bachelor of Science in Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering (CPSE) provides students with a solid foundation in key emerging technologies of the Internet of Things (loT), the ability to integrate devices into complete loT systems, and an understanding of how loT fits within the wider context of information and communications technology, including data analytics and cloud computing. The unique program curriculum trains students in hardware and software design, with specializations in the areas of networks, cybersecurity, and machine learning, and offers mixed course instruction of theories and real-world hands-on experience.
The major requires 122 credits for graduation, of which 60 are transferred into the program and 62 credits are completed within the two years (four semesters) at The Universities at Shady Grove.Learn More