The Computer Engineering and Systems (CES) program combines elements of both electrical engineering and computer science, granting students both the theoretical and practical foundations needed to solve problems in all aspects of computing.
Computer engineers are electrical engineers that have additional knowledge in software design and hardware-software integration. Thus, graduates are prepared to work on a variety of applications including circuit design, microprocessor design, software engineering, and embedded systems — the integration of computer systems into other kinds of systems such as appliances, robots or motor vehicles.
There is an increasing demand for highly-trained computer engineers, and the bachelor of science degree in Computer Engineering and Systems educates each student to be a responsible and productive engineer who can effectively apply emerging technologies to meet future challenges.
The B.S. in Computer Engineering and Systems is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.