Computer Engineering

 

Formerly two separate programs, the Computer Engineering program has been designed to cater to multiple technology needs. Students interested in computer technology, such as programming, troubleshooting, and engineering technology, will combine efforts in classes developed to meet a variety of needs.

During the first year, all students in the program will study foundational principals of information technology and engineering.

Fall Semester

1st year

Spring Semester

1st year

     Computer & Info Systems Concepts           Intro to Electronics Technology     
                Computer Hardware  Engineering Graphics I
Fundamentals of Electricity Digital Fundamentals

 

Those entering the second year of the program will have the option to follow either the information technology track or the pre-engineering. To be admitted to the second year portion of the Computer Engineering program, students must earn a score of 19 in all areas on the ACT or equivalent.

 

Information Technology Track

Fall Semester

2nd Year

Spring Semester

2nd Year

     Foundations of Programming            Foundations of Programming II  
      Foundations of Networking       IT Systems Management
College Algebra ---

 

 

Pre-Engineering Track

Fall Semester

2nd Year

Spring Semester

2nd Year

       Intro to Engineering I           Intro to Engineering II 
      Engineering Analysis          Emerging Technologies     
College Algebra ---