Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCOME) - Computer Engineering Major
2022-2023 Four-Year Plan*

Freshman
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ENGN 1102ECE 1112
CHEM 121N3CHEM 123N3
CHEM 122N or 120**1MATH 2124
MATH 2114PHYS 231N4
ENGL 110C3ENGN 1504
COMM 101R3 
 16 17
Sophomore
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MATH 307 or 2803ECE 2023
ECE 2013ECE 2872
ECE 2414CS 2504
PHYS 232N4CS 2521
ENGL 231C3CS 3813
 Literature Way of Knowing3
 17 16
Junior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ECE 3023ECE 3043
ECE 3134ECE 3463
ECE 3413ECE 3813
CS 3613CS 3503
Human Creativity Way of Knowing3Technical Elective***3
 16 15
Senior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ECE 484W3ECE 4872
ECE 4862CS 4713
ECE 4433Technical Elective***3
Technical Elective***3Technical Elective***3
ENMA 4803Human Behavior Way of Knowing3
Interpreting the Past Way of Knowing3 
 17 14
Total credit hours: 128
*

Does not include the University's General Education language and culture requirement. Additional hours may be required.

**

CHEM 120 is for online program students only.

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Computer Engineering major students need four technical elective courses selected from one of three options: (1) four 400-level ECE technical elective courses; (2) three 400-level ECE technical elective courses and one 300-level ECE technical elective course or one approved 300- or 400-level CS/MATH/Engineering course; (3) two 400-level ECE technical elective courses and one approved 300- or 400-level CS course and one approved 300- or 400-level CS/MATH/Engineering course.

The General Education requirements in information literacy and research, impact of technology, and philosophy and ethics are met through the major. The upper-division General Education requirement is met through a built-in minor in Computer Science.

Computer Engineering majors must earn a grade of C or better in all 200-level ECE courses and all CS courses prior to taking the next course in the sequence.

Any ECE course registration issues are to be resolved with the ECE Academic Coordinator and Program Manager.

The four-year plan is a suggested curriculum to complete this degree program in four years.  It is just one of several plans that will work and is presented only as broad guidance to students. Each student is strongly encouraged to develop a customized plan in consultation with their academic advisor.  Additional information can also be found in Degree Works.