Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science

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AMONG THE BEST Undergraduate Computer Science Programs in the Nation

- U.S. News & World Report, 2021

Quick Facts

Credits Required: 128
Cost Per Credit: $600
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College of Engineering

Program Details

Faster, safer computing and communications. Better health care. More energy-efficient systems. These are what the University of Arizona Online Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering is all about.

Earning your bachelor's online means you will learn from the same experts and receive the same student-centered curriculum as your on-campus peers, including one-on-one attention from professors and advisers. And, thanks to longstanding partnerships with companies such as Raytheon, Intel, Microsoft, NASA, Pixar and more, this degree gives you an edge in the job market as well. Most Arizona Electrical and Computer Engineering students receive job offers before they graduate. Others move on to become entrepreneurs or successful grad students. An online bachelor's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering will open new doors and power up your future.

Successful applicants will be admitted to Pre-engineering. Pre-engineering students may qualify for progression into the Electrical and Computer Engineering (Online) major. Requirements for consideration include completion of prerequisite/concurrent courses, GPA, and College of Engineering review. Pre-engineering students have a cost of $500 per unit. Upon transition into the Electrical and Computer Engineering major, the cost increases to $600 per unit.

*Residents of some U.S. Territories may not be eligible. Please see our Eligibility & State Authorization page for more information.

Courses

The curriculum for this program includes:

ECE 175: Computer Programming for Engineering Applications
ECE 320A: Circuit Theory
ECE 372A: Microprocessor Organization
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