The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers a dual bachelor of science with a major in electrical engineering and master of science in the field of electrical engineering degree program. The program allows students to take 6 graduate credits as part of their undergraduate program, thereby decreasing the number of credits normally required for the master's degree. All requirements for both degrees must be fulfilled.

If a student has already taken the undergraduate equivalent (i.e., the cross-listed) course of a graduate course required for the MS degree, the graduate course must be substituted by another course with the advisor's consent, except if the undergraduate equivalent course is one of two courses that are double counted, once toward BS degree and second time toward MS degree.

Students interested in the dual degree program should confer with the department's graduate adviser early in their junior year. Visit the program website for additional information.