Graduates of the Computer Engineering program are expected to have, within a few years of graduation:
Established themselves as practicing professionals or engaged in graduate study in computer engineering or a related field.
Demonstrated an ability to be productive and responsible professionals.
The first two years of the program are designed to build a strong background in mathematics and science to provide a basis for understanding the underlying analysis and modeling tools and physical principles that are common to all engineering. The last two years cover a rich set of hardware and software subjects to give students a broad background in computer engineering. This broad foundation enables students to adapt and extend their knowledge and skills more easily in the future. The curriculum also stresses problem-solving skills and teamwork. Through electives, students can choose to develop further breadth or in-depth knowledge in one of three areas: embedded systems, network systems, or multimedia systems.