Computer Engineering Degree
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
The typical American household contains at least one connected device, with nearly one-in-five households owning 10 or more connected devices.1 You could work to develop the skills needed for these times of rapid technological adoption with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from CTU. Along with a core curriculum of computer engineering—including design, development, and testing of equipment ranging from small embedded systems to supercomputers—you could study how to design and build within various constraints, including economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
At CTU, students come first. Our flexible online course schedules are designed to help you to build a class schedule around your schedule. And with grants and scholarships available for those who qualify, a degree from CTU can be both achievable and affordable. Learn more below or fill out the form to speak with an admissions advisor.
Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering program at the CTU Colorado Springs campus is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Enrollment and Graduation Data
- January 25, 2022
- March 01, 2022
- April 12, 2022
- Colorado Springs
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The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering degree program is a 190.5-credit-hour program offered on the Colorado Springs campus. The program includes 69.5 credit hours of general education courses and 121 credit hours devoted to the computer engineering core, which are designed to provide instruction in the design, development, and testing of computer equipment from small embedded systems to supercomputers.
This degree program is designed to help graduates prepare to enter this diverse engineering discipline with a strong technical background as well as analytical, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills that enable them to excel as professionals contributing to a variety of engineering roles within the various fields of engineering and the high-tech industry. The program emphasizes that graduates of the computer engineering program will be committed to professional development and lifelong learning by engaging in professional or graduate education in order to stay current in their field and achieve continued growth.
This program does not lead to additional licensure or certification. As such, CTU has made no determination regarding prerequisites for licensure or certification in any state or jurisdiction.
College of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology Mission Statement
Through innovative industry-current curricula and technology-enabled student-centered teaching, the College of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology empowers students to become motivated, creative, ethical, and skillful professionals who can resolve challenges in Computer Science, Computer/Electrical Engineering, and Information Technology in order to meet the needs of the digital economy.
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours MATH112 Analytic College Algebra 4.5 MATH114 Analytic Trigonometry 4.5 MATH116 Foundations for Calculus 4.5
Courses: General EducationCredits
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours CHE105 Introduction to Chemistry 5 COMS105 Interpersonal Communications 4.5 ECON210 Principles of Macroeconomics 4.5 ENGL104 Introductory Written Communication 4.5 ENGL105 Professional Written Communications 4.5 HIST101 Modern American History: 1950 to the 21st Century 4.5 MATH205 Differential Calculus 5 MATH207 Integral Calculus 5 MATH225 Applications of Discrete Mathematics and Statistics 4.5 MATH304 Linear Algebra 4 PHIL101 Introduction to Ethics 4.5 PHY211 Physics I - Mechanics 5 PHY212 Physics II – Heat, Light and Sound 5 PSYC102 Introductory Psychology 4.5 or SOCL102 Introductory Sociology 4.5 UNIV104 Academic and Career Success 4.5 or HUMNELE Humanities Elective 4.5 Total Credit Hours: 69.5
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours CE412 Advanced Computer Architecture 4 CS104 Problem Solving Concepts With C++ 4 CS115 Programming With C++ 4 CS126 Unix Fundamentals 4 CS215 Intermediate C++ Programming 4 CS235 Data Structures with C++ 4 CS340 Operating Systems 4 CS345 UNIX Systems Programming 4 CS366 Software Engineering Methods 4 CSS150 Introduction to Computer Security 4 EE110 Introduction to Engineering 4 EE221 Circuit Analysis I 5 EE252 Digital Design I 5 EE312 Embedded Microcontrollers 5 EE325 CMOS Design 5 EE331 Circuit Analysis II 5 EE341 Advanced Circuit Analysis 5 EE352 Digital Design II 5 EE375 Electronic Design I 5 EE472 Advanced Digital System Design 4 EE486 Impact of Global Issues on Design 2 EE490 Product Design I 4 EE491 Product Design II 4 IT204 Fundamentals of Networking 4 MATH302 Differential Equations 5 MATH366 Probability and Statistics 5 PM220 Project Management Tools 4 PHY350 Solid State Physics 5 Total Credit Hours: 121
Total Credit Hours: 190.5
Accreditations and Alignments
The BSCE program at the CTU Colorado Springs campus is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 – telephone: (410) 347-7700.
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Classes start January 25, 2022!