Students must complete a total of 126 credits to earn the bachelor of science degree in computer engineering. Humanities or social science electives must be selected to fulfill the University Core Curriculum requirements, and students must complete the internship requirement.
Technical electives are 3000-level or higher CSCI or ELEC courses that fit into the student’s plan of study and are approved by the academic adviser. One technical elective may be taken outside the specified areas with the approval of the academic adviser. In the final year of study the student takes a two-semester senior design sequence, CMPE 4497 and CMPE 4498. In the first semester the student selects a topic, completes a literature search, and commences the design process. In the second semester, the student completes the design, implements the project, and presents the results.
The following list shows the sequence of courses that a student should follow to complete the program in four years.