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College of Engineering and Computing

Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate Education

Engineers and computing professionals are innovators and problem solvers. They inspire changes that improve our daily lives — from developing eco-friendly fuels to building safer roads and buildings. Our undergraduate degree programs will prepare you through training and experience to have a profound impact on the world.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

The College of Engineering and Computing offers eight bachelor's degree programs, four minors, project learning and several accelerated masters degrees. Choose your area of study or degree interest from the program chart for specific information.

Area of Study Bachelor's Minor Special
Aerospace Engineering   Minor  
Applied Computing   Minor  
Biomedical Engineering B.S.   Accelerated Masters Degree
Chemical Engineering B.S.E.   Accelerated Masters Degree
Civil and Environmental Engineering B.S.   Accelerated Masters Degree

SCDOT Concrete Technician Certification
Computer Engineering B.S.E.    
Computer Information Systems B.S.    
Computer Science  B.S.C.S. Minor Accelerated Masters Degree

Math & CS Double Major
Electrical Engineering B.S.   Accelerated Masters Degree
Integrated Information Technology B.S. Minor  
Mechanical Engineering B.S.   Accelerated Masters Degree
Nuclear Engineering   Minor Accelerated Masters Degree



The College of Engineering and Computing offers four undergraduate minors to supplement your major program of study. Minors are available in the following areas:

Also, engineering and computing students can choose from more than 80 minors from across the university. In order to know what courses are required in a desired minor, please refer to the majors and minors page of the Undergraduate Bulletin. To declare a minor, submit a completed copy of the Minor Declaration Form to Student Services, Suite 1A00, Swearingen Engineering Center.

Capstone Design Initiative

As an undergraduate student, you'll test your knowledge in real-world applications. The Capstone Design course is a required course for seniors that pairs a student team with an industry partner on a project to design an engineering or computing solution to a business problem.


Accelerated Degrees

The Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Engineering/Master's Program allows a student to work on both degrees simultaneously, greatly decreasing the time it takes to earn a Master of Science or Master of Engineering degree. The program allows students to count as many as 12 credits of course work in their senior year (500-level and above) for both the B.S. and master's degree. Accelerated programs are offered in the following programs: