Undergraduates can choose from 12 degrees across engineering disciplines or design their own interdisciplinary major.Undergraduates can choose from 12 degrees across engineering disciplines or design their own interdisciplinary major.

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Bachelor's Degrees

Earn your bachelor of science (BS) degree from the McCormick School of Engineering.

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Explore the areas of study available for your undergraduate degree:

Applied Mathematics

Learn to apply mathematical ideas, modeling, and techniques to problems that arise in engineering and science.

Biomedical Engineering

Learn to apply engineering techniques to the analysis of biological systems, providing full integration of biology and engineering.

Chemical Engineering

Solve practical problems that involve chemistry and biochemistry, as well as the composition or structure of materials.

Civil Engineering

Learn to plan, design, build, and operate the public infrastructure, including roads, airports, bridges, tunnels, water supplies, and power facilities.

Computer Engineering

Explore the design and engineering of computer hardware and software. This area of study synthesizes computer engineering, computer science, and electrical engineering.

COMPUTER Science

Take on the challenges posed by the world of ubiquitous, interactive, networked, multimedia computing.

Electrical Engineering

Investigate the development and application of electronic and optical technologies for generating, communicating, and processing information.

Environmental Engineering

Develop and apply scientific and technological knowledge to eliminate or reduce environmental problems.

Industrial Engineering

Learn about the design, analysis, implementation, operation, and improvement of complex organizations, or systems, that provide society’s vital goods and services.

Manufacturing and Design Engineering

Learn to integrate design and manufacturing processes into an effective system, including all aspects of product realization, from product design to manufacturing technologies and operations.

Materials Science and Engineering

Explore the development of high-technology materials, with an emphasis on the scientific reasons why materials behave the way they do.

Mechanical Engineering

Study in a rapidly diversifying field that includes areas such as robotics, biological molecular machines, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), nanotechnology, product design, and computer-aided manufacturing.

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Integrated Engineering Studies

Develop an individualized engineering degree program to explore a cross-disciplinary area of study beyond current academic boundaries.