Jan 31, 2023  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Computer and Electronic Engineering Technology, B.S.

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Program Director: Yu

Educational Objectives

The program in Computer and Electronic Engineering Technology is intended to give students the maximum flexibility in designing their professional education program; it offers a well-rounded professional education with an emphasis on hardware and programming of computer systems. The program prepares students to work on advanced hardware and network systems and includes additional technical and general education courses necessary for career advancement. Graduates of this program take positions as members of the engineering team in design, computer hardware and/or software development, programming, manufacturing, production, ore operations. They also work in technical servies including field engineering, marketing, and sales.

Computer and Electronic Engineering Technology graduates will

  • be competent for successful long-term professional practice in computer engineering technology; and
  • understand the importance of lifelong learning and staying current in the field by participation in professional societies, earning advanced degrees, and receiving additional training or certifications.

Requirements for Bachelor of Science

128 credits
Credits in the major: 76

Freshman Year

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

First Semester (18 credits)

Second Semester (18 credits)

Senior Year

Second Semester (15 credits)


See Program Requirement Notes-CETA  for superscripts above.

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