Computer engineering emphasises design, implementation and maintenance of hardware and software components of modern computing systems, computer-controlled equipment, and networks of intelligent devices.
This course at Auburn university provides a comprehensive overview of the field of computer engineering using elements of calculus, chemistry, physics, systems analysis and more.
The curriculum for computer engineering includes both compulsory introductory courses such as introduction to engineering and fundamentals of computing, before moving on to specialised electives on everything from digital system design to electric circuit analysis. Students must also complete a sequence in either literature, history or the social sciences.
Admission to Auburn University is competitive. The Fall 2019 SAT scores for admitted ranged from 1160-1300 (Critical Reading + Math score), and an average high school grade point of 3.90. You'll need to provide transcripts and answers to four personal short answer questions about your studies and interests.
Graduates of this program are prepared to work and continue learning within any segment of the industry.