Clarkson University's undergraduate aerospace, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, mechanical, and software engineering programs and undergraduate engineering and management program are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. Read more on Engineering Program Objectives.
Influence the Future of Technology
Computer engineers shape the pace of modern technology. They use math and science creatively to solve real-world problems. As a graduate of Clarkson University's Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering program, you'll find career opportunities in a wide variety of companies across all sectors of the economy. Our program offers personalized education, accessible professors and a collaborative culture.
Why Major in Computer Engineering at Clarkson?
The computer engineering major balances hardware, software, computer theory and applications with a basic background in electrical engineering.
Our low student-to-faculty ratio allows our professors to get to know you as an individual while you engage together in research. This unique level of interaction is the hallmark of the Clarkson educational experience.
Clarkson's program pairs hardware, software and systems concepts with a robust set of communication and teamwork skills that industry leaders seek. Through a capstone design project, you'll have the chance to showcase the knowledge you've accumulated. Some design projects give students opportunities to work with professors and graduate students and present their work at student conferences.
What You'll Learn
This bachelor's degree program provides a solid foundation in computer engineering and computational analysis.
Computer engineering majors take courses such as :
- Advanced Digital Circuit Design
- Embedded Systems
- Fundamentals of Software Engineering
- Intro to Digital Design
- Intro to Programming and Software Design
- Object-Oriented Languages
- Software System Architecture
- Systems and Signal Processing