Computer engineering degrees developed from electronic engineering. One of these qualifications gives you fundamental insights into how hardware, software, and networks function.
A given computer engineer may work primarily on designing any of these products, always with an emphasis on solving some real-world problem as economically as possible. Unlike other programmers or IT professionals, though, they are likely to have both broader knowledge of the entire computing field and specialist skills such as power and thermal management, digital logic design, and algorithm implementation.
Aside from this expertise, computer engineers have to be exceptional at communicating complex technical concepts to non-engineers such as senior managers. They need to have the ability to listen to and understand the requirements of various stakeholders and have to be able to make definite decisions between various options.