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Computer Engineering B Comp E

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
100 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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Phone: (612) 625-5000
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Program: Computer Engineering B Comp E
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The mission of the computer engineering program is to educate students in core topics, as well as in a broad set of specialties of computer engineering; to impart students with professional attributes that characterize a well-schooled engineer and citizen; and to provide students with opportunities for research experience in one of the leading computer engineering centers of scholarship.--The field of computer engineering resulted from the tremendous development of computers and, in particular, the evolution of microprocessors. The design process for almost every electronic system includes the specification and development of the control program for the system's microprocessor. A particular computer engineering job can be more closely related to hardware or software, to functional design or detailed design. The B.Comp.Eng. degree provides the background necessary for persons, with continuing study, to work in many computer engineering subfields. The bachelor's degree itself does not, however, provide highly specialized knowledge in any particular subfield.
Program Code:
0183261
Total Credits:
N/A
Award:
Bachelor's - Bachelors
Length of Program/Award:
At least 4 or more years
Location:
Not available.
Specialties:
Not available.
Workforce Investment Act Participant Qualifies for WIA Credentialed Training:
No
Field of Study (Majors):

Computer Engineering

140901 - Computer Engineering, General
Delivery Methods:
Classroom
Delivery Comments:
Not available.
Average Cost of Attendance:
Not available.
Program Costs:
Not available.
Prerequisites or off-site requirements for this program?
No
Program Requirements:
Not available.
Completion of this program leads to the following External Certifications or Licensures:
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Institution Completion Rate:
Not available.
Program Flexibility
Program Starts: Program Starts Comments:
Fall Semester (Aug/Sept)  
Other May be able to start program in Spring or Summer
Schedule(s):  Schedule Comments:
Traditional, day-time schedule  
Other Evening or other class times may be available
Program Contact Information:
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Program Accrediting Body:
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