Computer Engineering (BSCEN)

Computer engineering deals with the body of knowledge that forms the theoretical and practical basis for the storage, retrieval, processing, analysis, recognition, and display of information. This also includes the design and implementation of computer systems and peripheral devices for information handling and engineering applications. The CE curriculum provides a balance of hardware, software, and computer theory and applications with a basic background in electrical engineering.

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C‌E Academic Learning Compact

Students can complete all of the requirements for both a BS in Electrical Engineering and a BS in Computer Engineering.  In order to receive both degrees, all requirements for each degree must be met. If taken at the same time, elective courses may be carefully selected to maximize the overlap between the two programs, resulting in as few as an additional 13 credits required above one degree in order to complete the requirements for both.  See below for a best case list of the minimum number of courses required to complete all of the requirements for both degrees.  Note that if a student graduates with one degree, he/she must complete a minimum of 30 credits to receive the second degree. 

Dual Degree Courses Example