Preparing Innovators for Worldwide Impact

The mission of Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science is to provide a superior education through instruction, scholarship and service that prepares graduates for professional practice and responsible leadership with a Christian world view.



Degree Programs

The School of Engineering and Computer Science maintains rigorous high standards, emphasizing quality teaching and a high level of interaction among faculty and students.


ECS offers seven bachelor’s degrees across five areas of study as well as an opportunity to select from multiple dual degree tracks.


Offering five master’s degrees and three doctoral degrees in addition to a joint M.B.A./M.E. program.


Baylor offers undergraduate students 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.

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Engineering and Computer Science students have an opportunity to participate in innovative engineering applications alongside dedicated faculty members.

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Feb. 20, 2020
Engineering and computer science students speak at internship panel
Baylor’s Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) hosted an internship panel for students Tuesday night as part of the School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) Week. The panel featured engineering and computer science major students that had previously held corporate internships or participated in undergraduate research.
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Feb. 19, 2020
IT Trends to Watch as Higher Education Moves into a New Decade
The conversation about digital transformation is shifting from “What is it?” to “How do we do it?” Campus leaders are rethinking the user experience in response to competition, financial pressure and a growing expectation that technology be optimized to improve education, boost productivity and simplify operations.
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Feb. 18, 2020
App that detects signs of eye diseases credited for preventing further vision loss for young boy
Bryan Shaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, discovered, through the use of amateur digital photography, evidence of leukocoria or "white eye," the cardinal symptom of retinoblastoma, which can be seen in photographs during the earliest stages of the disease. Based on his research findings, Shaw partnered with Greg Hamerly, Ph.D., associate professor of computer science, to create CRADLE, an app that detects leukocoria or white eye.
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Jan. 30, 2020
Gaming curriculum prepares students for digital careers
In a workforce that increasingly requires technological knowledge, the School of Engineering and Computer Science is preparing Baylor students with extensive digital skills and conducting substantial interdisciplinary research.
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School of Engineering and Computer Science

School of Engineering
& Computer Science
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Waco, TX 76798-7356
(254) 710-3871