The application of computer-based technology is growing at a phenomenal rate. In fact, it pervades our lives. As a result, there is ongoing demand for engineers who can build complex systems that integrate computer hardware and software. This has given rise to the field of computer engineering. By combining the core courses in electrical engineering and computer science, the computer engineering curriculum prepares students to enter this challenging new field.
A liberal choice of technical electives accommodates a broad spectrum of educational objectives. Those wishing to prepare for an advanced degree may do so by selecting advanced theoretical courses in computer science or electrical engineering. Those wishing to obtain breadth in general engineering practice may do so by choosing electives in engineering science or other engineering disciplines.
The Master of Science in Computer Engineering Degree program prepares professionals for advanced level positions and for admission to doctoral programs.