School of Engineering and Computer Science
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.
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. Baylor University now offers an Online Masters in Computer Science for students with a bachelor’s in computer science or a math-focused undergrad degree.
Engineering and Computer Science students have an opportunity to participate in innovative engineering applications alongside dedicated faculty members.
For the third consecutive year, the Baylor Cybersecurity team advanced to Regionals in the Southwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (SWCCDC) after placing in the Top 8 at the Qualifier round on February 18. The first-place team from Regionals being held March 17 – 19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will advance to the National CCDC being held April 28-30.
A multi-disciplinary collaboration led by mechanical engineering faculty Paul Allison and Brian Jordon from the Baylor Point-of-Need Innovations Center authored the cover story of the Jan/Feb 2023 issue of Advanced Materials and Processes, published by ASM International.
Long-serving dean at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will join Baylor ECS June 1