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Accelerated BS/MS Programs

There are three accelerated dual degree programs available to ECE undergraduates:

  • The accelerated degree leading to a BS in Computer Engineering and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, requires a minimum 3.25 OU and combined retention GPA for program admission. The program requires a minimum completion of 144-147 credit hours with a minimum graduation grade point average of 3.0 (combined and at OU, in the major, curriculum and overall). Accelerated program elective requirements are different from the standard program. For detailed semester by semester curriculum requirements, download the degree checksheet.

  • The accelerated degree leading to a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, requires a minimum 3.25 OU and combined retention GPA for program admission. The program requires a minimum completion of 143-146 credit hours with a minimum graduation grade point average of 3.0 (combined and at OU, in the major, curriculum and overall). Accelerated program elective requirements are different from the standard program. For detailed semester by semester curriculum requirements, download the degree checksheet.

  • The accelerated degree leading to a BS in Computer Engineering and an MS in Computer Science, requires a minimum 3.5 OU and combined retention GPA for program admission. The program requires a minimum completion of 144-147 credit hours with a minimum graduation grade point average of 3.25 (combined and at OU, in the major, curriculum and overall). Accelerated program elective requirements are different from the standard and accelerated program with the MS component in Electrical and Computer Engineering. For detailed semester by semester curriculum requirements, download the degree checksheet.

Application Forms

Computer Engineering students should contact the School of Computer Science for applications to the Accelerated Dual Degree Program for an MS in Computer Science.