School of Engineering

Minor in Computer Engineering

18 credits
For students entering the program at the Sophomore level
(holders of a recognized Baccalaureate or Freshman diploma - equivalent to 30 credits)


The minor in computer engineering is a program which aims to introduce students to fundamental hardware concepts such as logic design, digital electronics, and microprocessors as well as software concepts such as algorithmic, web programming, and database systems. Students will also learn how hardware and software interact, for example in operating systems. With a minor in computer engineering, students will receive preparation for entry into the computer industry and they will become able to apply efficient computing techniques in their primary field of study.

Program Educational Objectives

The computer engineering minor will:
1. Provide an opportunity for students for entry into the computer industry.
2. Prepare students to become more effective at applying computing in their primary field of study.

Program Outcomes

a. An understanding of the computer hardware architecture.
b. An ability to use computer hardware and software to solve engineering problems.
c. An ability to design and implement software modules to meet desired needs.
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