Computer Engineering Concentration

As an EMU computer engineering graduate, you will learn to blend computer science and electrical engineering. The field further advances digital technology, computer networking and computer systems. You will be well prepared to pursue graduate studies or delve immediately into a growing field with wide open job market.

All engineering majors enroll in a robust core of challenging math and science courses, including an engineering core of 28 credits, a math/science core of 31 credits, and also a concentration of 17 upper-level credits in either mechanical engineering or computer engineering


Engineering Core Semester Hours
Introduction to Engineering and Design 4
Mathematics for Engineering Lab 2
Introduction to Programming OR Intermediate Programming 3/4
Experimental Methods* 2
Analog Circuits* 4
Engineering Statics 3
Engineering Design II 2
Engineering Ethics 2
Engineering Design III 2
Senior Design 2
Capstone Project 2
Math/Science Core Semester
Calculus I 4
Calculus II 4
Inferential Statistics 2
Multivariate Calculus 2
Vector Calculus* 2
Differential Equations* 3
University Physics I and lab 4
University Physics II and lab 4
General Chemistry I 4

And One Of The Following:

Mathematics for Engineering
Topics in Mathematics (with advisor approval)
Linear Algebra*

Computer Engineering Emphasis Courses Semester Hours
Discrete Math 4
Networking in the Internet Age 2
Architecture and Operating Systems 4
And Three+ Of The Following:  

Topics in Computer Science (with advisor approval)
Data Structures*
Advanced Data Structures*
Software Engineering*
Topics in Engineering (with advisor approval)
Digital Circuits*
Control Systems*


*Alternate year courses are denoted with an asterisk.

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