Engineering Computer Engineering (Lincoln)
Majors in Computer Engineering will be able to:
- View computer systems as an integrated continuum of technologies and to engage in integrated system-level design. Studies include mathematical foundations, digital logic and technologies, programming and software design, system components and design, application of theory, experimentation, design tools and techniques, and documentation and maintenance.
- Work with professionals in related fields over the spectrum of system design. Studies include natural sciences, electricity/electronics, and programming and software design.
- Quickly adapt to new work environments, assimilate new information, and solve new problems. Studies develop skills in the application of theory, experimentation, design tools and techniques, documentation and maintenance, and technical communications.
- Have the background and perspective for post-graduate education. Studies develop skills in the application of theory, experimentation, and life-long learning/professional development.
- Work in conformance with societal needs and expectations. Studies include liberal arts and ethical/social issues.
- Understand the world of practicing professionals, for collaborations, mutual support, and representing the profession to government and society. Studies include teamwork and life-long learning/professional development, plus students are provided multiple opportunities for involvement in organizations such as ACM, UPE, and IEEE.