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Computer Engineering

Professors Bourbakis, Brandeberry (emeritus), H. Chen, Chung, Dong, Golshani (chair), Goshtasby, Jean, Rattan, Rizki, Sheth, Siferd (emeritus), Sudkamp
Associate Professors Doom, Gallagher, Mateti, Raymer, Thirunarayan, Wang B.
Assistant Professors Futamura, Liu, Pei, Wang S., Wischgoll
Lecturers Bian, Finkelstein, Matson, Meyer, Taylor
Research Assistant Professor Hartrum
Adjunct Research Associate Professor Tamburino

The Bachelor of Science degree program in computer engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The curriculum is carefully designed to provide a modern program, balancing the study of hardware, software, theory, and practice. The program prepares students to be skillful practitioners by combining these studies with a thorough foundation in science, mathematics, and electrical and computer engineering. In addition to offering well-equipped educational laboratories, excellent faculty, and flexible programs for working professionals, the program also affords students with unique opportunities for research in the local area.

Laboratory experience in design, experimentation, observation, implementation, and discovery complement the theoretical portion of the program.

Options for specialization in Wireless Architecture and in Wireless Software are available.

Computer Engineering Program Objectives
  • To produce graduates recognized by industrial, government, and academic entities as having a sound, current, and comprehensive education by providing a balanced and integrated hardware and software educational experience that is rich in modern laboratory, project, and design experiences and that emphasizes team participation, problem solving, and communication skills.
  • To prepare and retain students who, upon graduation, will be motivated to pursue lifelong learning, continuing education, and graduate studies, as required by their personal development goals, through a stimulating, broad, and modern educational experience that is well grounded in the mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles.
  • To instill a sense of social responsibility, a code of conduct, and ethical values appropriate to the discipline in CS&E students so that they are valuable contributors in their societal and professional environments.

Graduates of the computer engineering program are prepared to supervise, design, and implement systems employing computer hardware, software, and firmware.

Degree Requirements - Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Degree

See General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements*

40


Required Courses

Area I: (GE substitution. See Mathematics Requirements below)

 

Area V: (GE substitution.  See Science Requirements below)

 

Area VI: College Component: EGR 190**

 
*Courses taken to satisfy GE requirements may not be counted toward the major. Must select 4 Writing Intensive (WI) from Areas II, III, IV, and Physics.
**For students with less than 45 credit hours. Approved substitutions for students having more than 45 credit hours: ISE 210, EH 205, EC 290, PSY 110, URS 200.

Departmental Requirements

55


CS 240, 241, 242, 400, 415

19

CEG 233, 260, 320, 360, 402, 433, 453

28

CEG 498/499

8

   

Engineering Requirements

13


EE 301, 302, 321, 331, 332

13


Computer Science Electives


16


Approved Electives
(400-level courses from Computer Science or Computer Engineering to provide additional breadth in the discipline)

16


Mathematics Requirements


29


MTH 229, 230, 231, 253, 257

21

STT 360 or STT 363 or ISE 301 3

MTH 233 or 235

5

   
   
Science Requirements
16

PHY 240/200, 242/202, 244/204 16
   
   
Mathematics and Science Electives 3

Courses must be appropriate for science or engineering majors and satisfy the General Education science requirements. 3

Technical Communications


3


EGR 335

3

 

 
General Electives 16

Electives may be taken from any area of study. 16

 

 
Total 191
NOTE: ALL ELECTIVE COURSES MUST BE APPROVED BY A DEPARTMENT ADVISOR.  

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Degree: Wireless Architecture Option

See General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements*

40


Required Courses

Area I: (GE Substitution.  See Mathematics Requirements below)

 

Area V: (GE Substitution.  See Science  Requirements below)

 

Area VI: College Component: EGR 190**

 

*Courses taken to satisfy GE requirements may not be counted toward the major.  Must select 4 Writing Intensive (WI) from Areas II, III, IV and Physics.
**For students with less than 45 credit hours.  Approved substitutions for students having more than 45 credit hours:  ISE 210, EH 205, EC 290, PSY 110, URS 200.

   

Departmental Requirements

55


CS 240, 241, 242, 400, 415

19

CEG 233, 260, 320, 360, 402, 433, 453

28

CEG 498/499

8

   

Engineering Requirements

13


EE 301, 302, 321, 331, 332

13

   

Wireless Concentration Courses

20


CEG 403, 404, 436

12

EE 421, 473, 474

8

   

Mathematics Requirements

29


MTH 229, 230, 231, 253, 257

21

STT 360 or STT 363 or ISE 301

3

MTH 233 or 235

5

   

Science Requirements

166


PHY 240/200, 242/202, 244/204

16

   

Mathematics and Science Electives

36


Courses must be appropriate for science or engineering majors and satisfy the General Education science requirements.

3

   

Technical Communications

3


EGR 335

3

 

General Electives

12


Electives may be taken from any area of study.

12

 

Total

191

NOTE:  ALL ELECTIVE COURSES MUST BE APPROVED BY A DEPARTMENT ADVISOR.


 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Degree: Wireless Software Option

See General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements*

40


Required Courses

Area I: (GE Substitution.  See Mathematics Requirements below)

 

Area V: (GE Substitution.  See Science Requirements below)

 

Area VI: College Component: EGR 190**

 

*Courses taken to satisfy GE requirements may not be counted toward the major.  Must select 4 Writing Intensive (WI) from Areas II, III, IV and Physics.
**For students with less than 45 credit hours.  Approved substitutions for students having more than 45 credit hours:  ISE 210, EH 205, EC 290, PSY 110, URS 200.

 

 
   

Departmental Requirements

55


CS 240, 241, 242, 400, 415

19

CEG 233, 260, 320, 360, 402, 433, 453

28

CEG 498/499

8

 

 
   

Engineering Requirements

13


EE 301, 302, 321, 331, 332

13

 

 
   

Wireless Concentration Courses

20


CEG 404, 429, 436, 460

16

CS 470

4

 

 
   

Mathematics and Science Requirements

29


MTH 229, 230, 231, 253, 257

21

STT 360 or STT 363 or ISE 301

3

MTH 233 or 235

5

 

 
   

Science Requirements

16


PHY 240/200, 242/202, 244/204

16

 

 
   

Mathematics and Science Electives

36


Courses must be appropriate for science or engineering majors and satisfy the General Education science requirements.

3

 

 
   

Technical Communications

3


EGR 335

3

 

 
   

General Electives

12


Electives may be taken from any area of study.

12

   

Total

191

NOTE:  ALL ELECTIVE COURSES MUST BE APPROVED BY A DEPARTMENT ADVISOR.


 
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