Engineering & Computer Science Degrees

Offered exclusively at our Colorado Springs ground campus location, the Bachelor of Science degree programs in electrical engineering (BSEE) and computer engineering (BSCE) are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Depending on the degree, an engineering or computer science degree at CTU can be pursued at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral level. Learn more about our Engineering and Computer Sciences programs.

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Degree Results: 17 Programs

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Associate Electronics Technology Campus
Bachelor's Computer Engineering Campus
Bachelor's Computer Science Campus
Bachelor's Electrical Engineering Campus
Master's Computer Engineering Campus
Master's Computer Science Campus/Online
Master's Computer Science - Database Systems Campus/Online
Master's Computer Science - General Campus/Online
Master's Computer Science - Security Campus/Online
Master's Computer Science - Software Engineering Campus/Online
Master's Electrical Engineering Campus
Master's Systems Engineering Campus
Doctoral Computer Science Online
Doctoral Computer Science - Big Data Analytics Online
Doctoral Computer Science - Enterprise Information Systems Online
Doctoral Computer Science - General Online
Doctoral Computer Science - Information Assurance Online

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