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The School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) of Baylor University offers nationally ranked undergraduate and graduate programs with rigorous courses of study in general engineering, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, bioinformatics and computer science. With state of the art research facilities , renowned faculty, and an innovative approach to undergraduate life and leadership development, the Baylor engineering and computer science program offers all of the advantages of a large-scale research institution with the personal attention students need to succeed.
Our wide range of undergraduate and graduate degree options provide everything you need to propel an innovative and transformative career in engineering or computer science. With a low student-to-faculty ratio and opportunities for hands-on projects and research, Baylor ECS graduates are among the most sought after young professionals in their fields.
Our alumni pursue a wide variety of professional careers ranging from medical practitioners to software engineers at companies like Lockheed Martin, Exxon, BNSF, GM, Google, Raytheon, Pariveda Solutions, Walmart, and many more.
Located in the heart of Texas, the Baylor School of Engineering and Computer Science is uniquely positioned along the 1-35 corridor with direct access to Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Wherever your interests lie, take some time to explore all that Baylor ECS has to offer you as an undergraduate student and beyond.
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.
This mission of the School of Engineering and Computer Science results in the following goals:
To graduate students with a broad-based technical education in engineering and in computer science, an education that fosters an appreciation for the role of the sciences and humanities in society and a commitment to Christian values.
To stimulate students to think clearly, be creative, and communicate effectively.
To promote professional ethics and a sense of civic responsibility, empowering graduates to be leaders in their churches, their communities, and society as a whole.
To foster and maintain programs of professional activity on the part of the faculty that contributes to the disciplines and builds strong alliances with industry, the corporate community, and government.