What to Expect
You can complete these two degrees in just five years. After completing 75 undergraduate semester hours of coursework and prior to attaining senior status, you may apply to the master’s portion of this dual-degree program (typically in your junior year).
In our program, you’ll build upon your foundation in mathematics, physics and computer engineering—and you’ll learn some new skills along the way. You’ll learn to work at both the microscopic level and on a system-wide scale to understand the inner workings of a computer as you research, design, develop and test computer systems and components—such as processors, circuit boards, memory devices, networks and routers.
You’ll come away from our program with the knowledge and expertise needed to thrive in a highly competitive, technical workforce—and tackle current issues in the industry.