Electronics and Communication technologies are a crucial part of the changes that are revolutionizing the way we live and work today! Electronic communications underpin everyday technologies, from smart phones, wireless communication, text and video messaging to TV, radio, satellites and the Internet of Things. This major will allow you to explore digital communications, sensors, control instruments, electronic design, signal processing, and telecommunications and computer networks. Our degree program provides a balanced foundation in the physical sciences, mathematics and computing, provides exposure to the various subfields and application areas within Electronics and Communication, and develops in our students the necessary skills for the analysis, design and engineering of systems through project-based learning, industry internships and the University Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
The Bachelor of Science is intended for students wishing to study biology, enter medical school, attend a graduate program in the sciences, or get started in research. The undergraduate minor is intended for students with an interest in Biology, but only enough time to complete a few courses.
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The coterm program is intended for current Stanford undergraduates with an interest in simultaneously obtaining a Master's degree in Biology.
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