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The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers two undergraduate degrees: a B.S. Eng. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. Eng. in Computer Engineering. The ECE Department also offers opportunities for double majors with computer science (CS) and physics.
All undergraduate students are assigned faculty advisors and students are required to meet with their advisors, especially during registration periods or whenever there is some matter of concern. Students should consult with their advisor on the best path through each track. This is especially true for coop and part-time students, since the need to adhere to prerequisite course requirements is very important.
For the latest information, including course descriptions, degree pathways and more please visit the UMass Lowell Undergraduate online Catalog.
The ECE Department has five technology focus areas:
The undergraduate program responds to industry ties by offering a focused curriculum to train a technically-literate engineer of immediate value to the Massachusetts community. Graduates will achieve the following:
Students will have the ability to:
Students are required to take three social science and two art and humanities courses.