The Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering degree program provides students with knowledge to design and build computer systems that meet a wide range of information processing requirements. Students will study hardware design and software systems, theory and applications of computers, mathematics, physics, chemistry, electrical signals and circuits, logic design, computer architecture, operating systems, database systems, data communications, microprocessors, computer programming, and artificial intelligence.
Professionals in Computer Engineering are in high demand as the field is constantly expanding. The Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering program prepares students for careers in research, development, and design in technical areas of microcomputers, embedded systems, communications, digital and integrated circuits and devices, and integration computer systems, or to enter graduate programs at leading universities in electrical and computer engineering.
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