Undergraduate students are given the opportunity to specialize in one concentration area. Once fulfilled, this concentration appears on the student’s transcript. Concentrations include a minimum of 14 credits hours of coursework in:
- Communications and Signal Processing
- Computers and Microelectronics
- Control and Power
- Electromagnetics and Photonics
- Space Systems
Alternately, students can elect to have no concentration. In this case students are required to complete 15 credits hours, including one required course from each of three concentrations.
| Communications and
| Computers and
|Computer Engineering||BA Computer Science|
|Control and Power||Mathematics||Applied Mathematics|
|Space Systems||Aerospace Engineering||Aerospace Engineering|
Department Policy on Academic Dishonesty
The Klipsch School believes that academic integrity is of the utmost importance and has a strict policy regarding acts of academic dishonesty, which may result in penalties up to and including an automatic F in the course and/or referral to the Department Head or Dean for disciplinary action. For more information please see this page.