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Educational Objectives for the Computer Engineering Program
Five years after graduation, computer engineering graduates should be:
- contributing to their communities and society with innovations in computer technology and applications and an understanding of contemporary technological issues
- advancing in their careers through their knowledge of computer engineering, by communicating and working effectively as team members, and by interacting responsibly with others in society
- continuing their professional development through professional study and research.
See College of Engineering and Computing for entrance requirements, progression requirements, and special academic opportunities.
In addition to the general education and progression requirements of the College of Engineering and Computing, a grade of C or better is required in MATH 374 and all CSCE courses applied to the degree.
All required CSCE courses and courses taken as major electives are major courses and may not be counted toward a minor or application area. All other required courses and electives may be used for a minor or application area as appropriate. CSCE 101 and 102 are not major courses and are not used in computing the major GPA.