While computer engineers work across nearly every industry, two — IT and telecommunications — provide good examples of how a computer engineering degree will always be relevant, and why you might want to further specialization as you advance through your career.
The US Department of Labor anticipates that employment of computer engineers will remain strong — increasing about five percent per year between 2016-2026.
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Your future as a trusted professional and confident problem solver begins with some essential skills. Your General Education courses give you:
Your B.S. in Computer Engineering requires 120 credits — typically 15 credits across eight semesters. You will complete 12 general education credits (Arts/Humanities and Social Science).
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