Current Students

Concentration Descriptions

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.

 

 Concentration
 Related Minor(s)
Related Major(s)
 Communications and 

 Signal Processing  

 Mathematics  Applied Mathematics

 Mathematics

 Computers and

 Microelectronics

 Computer Engineering

 Computer Systems

 Software Development  

 BA Computer Science

 BS Computer Science

 Control and Power  Mathematics

 Mechanical Engineering

 Renewable Energy Technologies   

 Applied Mathematics

 Mathematics

 Mechanical Engineering  

 Electromagnetics

 and Photonics

 Mathematics

 Physics

 Applied Mathematics

 Mathematics

 Engineering Physics

 BA Physics

 BS Physics

Space Systems  Aerospace Engineering 

 Astronomy

 Physics

 Aerospace Engineering

 Engineering Physics

 BA Physics

 BS Physics

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.