Dual/Accelerated BS to MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The dual/accelerated BS to MS in electrical and computer engineering (MSECE) offers outstanding undergraduate students in electrical engineering or computer engineering the opportunity to pursue both the bachelor's and master's in unison and in an accelerated time frame.
This program is available to current BS in electrical engineering or BS in computer engineering students at Wichita State University. Students applying for dual/accelerated BS to MS in electrical and computer engineering (MSECE) should meet the following requirement:
- Student must have successfully completed at least 90 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.000 or higher in the bachelor's degree.
For complete requirements, including the eligible undergraduate programs and majors, please consult the Graduate Catalog and the home department’s website.
This program was created to help Wichita State University BS in electrical engineering and BS in computer engineering students to get an early start in graduate education, where during their senior year they can be admitted into this program and select up to 9 credit hours of courses to apply to both their degrees (BS and MSECE).
- Only EE and CS prefixed courses at the 700-level and above can be used for dual credit hours.
- Up to 9 credit hours can be used for the combined undergraduate and graduate program.
- Until the bachelor’s degree is awarded, a Dual/Accelerated Enrollment Form must be completed for each semester in which the student takes qualifying courses at the graduate level.
Upon graduation from the BS program, students will be moved to the regular MSECE program (with the above potential credits applied).
Program requirements are the same as they are for the Master of Science in electrical and computer engineering program.