The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering program is intended to qualify students to begin a professional career in the field of Computer Engineering as engineers or to pursue further advanced post-graduate studies at the level of Masters’s or Doctorate degrees. The major engineering courses of the Bachelor’s program contain, apart from theory and fundamental principles, elements of analysis and design, as well as significant laboratory work. The graduates of this program should: 1. have a fundamental understanding of a broad spectrum of topics in Computer Engineering; 2. have advanced knowledge and in-depth understanding of at least one of the specialization areas of Computer Engineering;3. Have a firm grasp of the basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, and possibly chemistry as a foundation for further post-graduate studies;4. Be able to communicate technical ideas effectively through both oral presentations and written reports;5. have developed independent thinking and problem-solving skills to tackle real-world computer engineering problems;6. Have extensive hands-on laboratory experience in designing hardware and software solutions to challenging real-world problems in Computer Engineering;7. Have acquired interdisciplinary fundamental knowledge for a more fulfilling and rewarding career;8. have adequate software programming skills that are needed in the process of analysis and design of electrical engineering problem solutions;9. Be a well-rounded individual that is knowledgeable in fields outside of science and engineering, including business, and liberal arts;10. Be well prepared for either an entry-level job in computer engineering or further studies toward an advanced post-graduate Master’s and/or Doctorate degree. The program has both an academic and market orientation. Thus, it is targeting students that intend to pursue post-graduate studies, as well as those that will enter the job market after graduation.
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High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or equivalent internationally recognized qualification(s). Students with a lower HSLC grade than 7.5/10 or 15/20 or equivalent depending on the grading system of the country issuing the HSLC are provided with extra academic guidance and monitoring during the first year of their studies.
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