Electrical & Computer Engineering Undergraduate Programs - College of Engineering & Computer Science

Electrical & Computer Engineering Undergraduate Programs

The world today is totally dependent on electricity, computers and electrical/electronic devices. Electrical and computer engineers are responsible for making day-to-day life easier while protecting the nation’s infrastructure against cyber and physical attacks. These engineers improve quality of life by creating innovative systems such as smart houses, self-driving cars and medical instruments.

Electrical and computer engineering involves researching, developing and testing electronic and computer components. Engineers study computing processes, circuit boards, memory devices, networks and routers while examining new frontiers in computer hardware. The electrical and computer engineering field is marked by its advancements in evolving areas of technology such as optics, electric power systems and microelectronics.

The bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering ties together the disciplines, creating a platform for students interested in computer and hardware design. Students learn how to create schematics of computer equipment, test hardware models, analyze data, update existing computer equipment and manage the hardware manufacturing process.

Students complete a core electrical engineering curriculum with an emphasis on computer science while allowing room for electives in TU’s reputable humanities-based programs. A strong background in mathematics and physics is required along with interests in bioengineering, electromagnetic fields and circuit systems.

  • Program Learning Outcomes

    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

    1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
    2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
    3. Communicate effectively with a range of [technical/management/non-technical/etc.] audiences
    4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
    5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
    6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
    7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies
  • Degree Options


    Teaches students the skills required to become experts in computer hardware and software to repair and manage electrical, automotive and computer systems.


    Provides students an education in designing and managing electrical equipment such as motors, radars and power generators.

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  • Typical Four-Year Schedule for Electrical Engineering
    Freshman – Fall SemesterFreshman – Spring Semester
    Exposition & ArgumentGeneral Elective
    Block ICalculus II
    Calculus IPhysics I + Lab
    General Chemistry + LabDigital Systems + Lab
    Introduction to Electrical Engineering
    Computer Tools for Electrical Engineering
    Sophomore – Fall SemesterSophomore – Spring Semester
    Differential EquationsBlock II
    Physics II + LabCalculus III
    Circuit AnalysisPhysics III
    Measurements LabMicroprocessors
    Engineering Science ElectiveEngineering Science Elective
    Junior – Fall SemesterJunior – Spring Semester
    Block IIWriting for the Profession
    Power SystemsStatistics
    Electronics IElectromagnetics
    Signals and SystemsElectronics Lab
    Engineering Science ElectiveElectronics II
    Classical Control Systems
    Senior – Fall SemesterSenior – Spring Semester
    Block IBlock II
    CommunicationsBlock II
    Senior Project ISenior Project II
    Technical ElectiveTechnical Elective
    Technical ElectiveTechnical Elective
  • Typical Four-Year Schedule for Computer Engineering
    Exposition & ArgumentBlock II
    Block II - Aesthetic Inquiry and Creative ExperienceDiscrete Math
    Calculus ICalculus II
    General Chemistry + LabPhysics I + Lab
    Introduction to Electrical EngineeringDigital Systems + Lab
    Computer Tools for Electrical Engineering
    Differential EquationsBlock I
    General Physics II + LabCalculus III
    Engineering EconomicsPhysics III
    Embedded SystemsMicroprocessors
    Circuit AnalysisFundamentals of Algorithms & Computer Applications
    Measurements Lab
    StatisticsWriting for the Profession
    Data StructuresOperating Systems
    Electric Power SystemsElectromagnetics
    Electronics IElectronics II + Lab
    Signals and SystemsClassical Control Systems
    Solid State Electrical Devices
    Block I - Aesthetic Inquiry and Creative ExperienceBlock II - Historical and Social Interpretation
    CommunicationsBlock II - Historical and Social Interpretation
    Senior ProjectSenior Project
    HW ElectiveTechnical Elective
    Net ElectiveTechnical Elective
  • Professional Opportunities
    • Circuit design engineer
    • Computer hardware engineer
    • Aircraft simulator engineer
    • Medical Device engineer
    • Power systems engineer
    • Optical System Engineer
    • Autonomous Systems and Robotics Designer
    • Control Engineer
    • RF Design Engineer