The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering track provides a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of electrical engineering.
The BS in EE track provides a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of electrical engineering that would allow a graduate to function effectively in industry or continue on to graduate school. Students seeking admission into the BS Eng in EE program should be familiar with the admission and retention requirements of the College of Engineering – refer to the Office of Admissions. This curriculum is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. Also refer to the UMass Lowell online Undergraduate Catalog for more information.
The ECE Department also offers opportunities for double majors in Computer Science and Physics.
The department offers several tracks for students with different levels of preparation in mathematics and English. It may take some students five years to complete their degree.
For the latest information regarding curriculum, please see the UMass Lowell online Academic Catalog.
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For the latest requirements, course descriptions and more please consult the UMass Lowell online Graduate Catalog.
To encourage outstanding undergraduate students to continue their studies toward an advanced degree, the College of Engineering and Graduate Admissions offer a program of accelerated study leading to the dual degrees of a bachelor of science in engineering and a master of science in engineering. Students taking full advantage of the combined program ordinarily finish the master of science in engineering degree at the end of the fifth year of study.
To be eligible to enter this course of study, students must file a formal Graduate School application in the junior or senior year. Applicants for this program are not required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or pay an application fee. Upon the recommendation of their advisor and with the approval of the Department of Chemical Engineering Graduate Admissions Committee and the dean of the Graduate School, students may be admitted as provisional graduate students during the second semester of the senior year.
Undergraduates may take up to two courses (6 credits) during the senior year that may be used to satisfy both the undergraduate and graduate degree requirements.
Students in this program may be eligible for financial assistance, i.e. fellowships, research and teaching assistantships, during the fifth year of study. Acceptance of this assistance and the attendant responsibilities may delay the completion of the program beyond the five years.