The School of Engineering and Computer Science maintains rigorous high standards, emphasizing quality teaching and a high level of interaction among faculty and graduate program candidates. With a direct mentoring program, you’ll engage in unique, cutting-edge research that will equip you for leadership in a competitive job market and a meaningful career.
As a graduate student in Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science, you’ll be an integral part of a caring Christian community of innovators, inventors, and philosophers. You’ll have access to state-of-the-art technology and more than 40,000 square feet of classrooms, offices, and laboratories designed specifically for engineering and computer science.
Baylor ECS offers five master’s degrees and two doctoral degrees in addition to a joint M.B.A./M.E. program as outlined below and in the graduate catalog.
Interdisciplinary Degree Programs (Jointly administered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering)
In addition to the graduate degree programs listed above, Baylor offers undergraduate students who are near completion of their undergraduate engineering degree the option to select a dual degree track that allows up to six semester hours to be applied toward the degree requirements of both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students will select whether to pursue a Master of Science in one of the engineering disciplines or a Master of Engineering. Both diplomas are awarded at the completion of both degree programs.
The eight joint undergraduate/graduate degree programs are: