Computer Engineering

In some computer engineering programs, the student designs only a semblance of a real-world device, or does so only on paper or, perhaps, in a senior-design class, but in our Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, design and build are hands-on from day one. 

Working both individually and in teams, students have the opportunity not only to learn about embedded computer systems, but also to develop those systems and learn from that process throughout the curriculum. This program is offered at the Florida and Arizona campuses.

Career Areas

  • Aerospace Technology
  • Avionics
  • Circuit Theory
  • Computer Architecture/Design
  • Control Systems
  • Electronics
  • Embedded Control Systems
  • Hardware-Software Interfaces
  • Programming Languages
  • Real-time Systems
  • Robotics
  • Software Engineering
  • Telecommunications Systems
  • Teaching/Instruction


  • Aerospace Industry
  • Aviation Industry
  • Computer Industry
  • Defense Industry
  • Educational Institutions
  • Electronics Industry
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing Firms
  • Homeland Security
  • Oil Industry
  • Construction
  • Federal Government
  • Insurance

Career Development Strategies

  • Keep abreast of emerging technologies
  • Acquire capacity for attention to details
  • Develop ability to work with a team
  • Develop verbal and written communication skills
  • Develop interpersonal skills
  • Seek Co-op/Internship opportunities