Undergraduate Requirements

The curriculum for the first year is common to all branches of engineering. In order to enable a student to test his or her interest in computer engineering, the student takes designated courses from the computer engineering offerings in the sophomore year. Advances in communications technologies are a key reason for current growth of computer engineering.

With its course offerings in telecommunications, the computer engineering curriculum puts emphasis on understanding communications systems including computer networks and wireless systems. A liberal choice of technical electives accommodates a broad spectrum of educational objectives. 

See the course catalog for detailed information: