The computer engineering concentration integrates microelectronics with computer science to design and develop new computers and other smart systems in the Internet Of Things (IOT). Focusing on both computer hardware and software, you will work with microprocessors and embedded devices as well as create, test and debug computer programs and applications.
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Dr. Stephen Parke
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The BS Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.
I've learned a lot both professionally and personally. I've discovered more of who I am and kind of my role in the world. And then I really found a passion and kind of my calling in life as far as a career as well.
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NNU boasts a 90% first time pass rate on the Fundamentals of Engineering national exam for professional engineering licensure.
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