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Computer Engineering majors don’t just study engineering, they do it. Here, you’ll design, build, test, and apply. You’ll integrate software and hardware in applications like robots, guidance systems, and real-time telemetry. You’ll team with other engineers and scientists to create technologies that interact with our world—and you’ll engage with the cultural and social contexts for the problems you’re tackling. And by graduation, you’ll have the technical skills, real-world experience, and global awareness to adapt to an ever-evolving industry and world.
Once you graduate you’ll be qualified for many related graduate programs or to start a career in industry, government, consulting, or education. Computers and the integrated software that go with them are used in most fields you can think of, and our graduates have the flexibility to move between fields during their careers.
This program also prepares you for success in any field by developing not just your math and science aptitude, abut also your communication, teamwork, and creative problem-solving skills. It also prepares you to tackle a range of projects from design to completion.
You will experience applying engineering principles for design and analysis while employing industry workplace standards, but you will also gain an understanding of how the tools, methods, and applications you’re practicing can impact global economic, environmental, and societal issues.
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