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University of Houston-Clear Lake Bachelors Computer Engineering B.S. The plan in Computer Engineering leads to the bachelor of science (B.S.) degree. This engineering plan is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, and emphasizes the study of large and small computer systems for industrial, scientific and business applications. Computer hardware and software concepts, along with engineering-level mathematics, prepare students for jobs in computer-based industries as well as for admission into the graduate plan in Computer Engineering or related fields. The mission of the Computer Engineering program is to provide students instruction in the pragmatic application of core knowledge by which they can specify, design and develop large and small computer systems for industrial and scientific purposes. Students get hands- on experience in digital system design, microprocessor and embedded system, communication and network and robotics. The culminating experience for a student in this plan is CENG 4265/CENG 4266 Senior Projects. Program Educational Objectives The Program Educational Objectives (PEO) of the Computer Engineering program are defined as what graduates are expected to attain within a few years after graduation and are as follows: Computer Engineering graduates will have gainful employment in industry, government or academia. Computer Engineering graduates will have assumed additional responsibilities at their place of employment greater than those normally evidence by entry-level engineers. Computer Engineering graduates that choose to pursue higher education opportunities or certificate programs have been accepted and are on tract for a timely graduation. Computer Engineering graduates who have an interest in registration have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam.
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