Students with departmental approval take 141 combined credits in both electrical and computer engineering fields. This dual major program is administered by both Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering departments, however, it is supervised by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Students upon graduation receive one dual major degree in electrical and computer engineering. 

Since Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are both extremely pertinent in today's high technology and global world, this program gives the students the opportunity of garnering knowledge from both fields.  The program thus presents the opportunity to take cutting edge courses in both disciplines such as chip design, wireless, software engineering, bioelectronics, cyber security, robotics, power, electronics, and networking. This degree is useful for the student who wants more knowledge in electrical engineering and more depth in computer science.