Computer Engineering B.S.
Minimum Requirements for Computer Engineering B.S.: 127 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|General University Requirements
|Complete the general university requirements.
|General Education Requirements
|Complete the general education requirements.
|As part of the general education requirements, complete the following:
|General Chemistry I
|General Chemistry II
or PHYS F213X
|Elementary Modern Physics
|B.S. Degree Requirements
|Complete the B.S. degree requirements.
|As part of the B.S. requirements, complete the following:
|General Physics I
and General Physics II
|Computer Engineering Program Requirements
|Complete the following:
|Computer Science I
|Computer Science II
|Assembly Language Programming
|Data Structures and Algorithms
|Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
|Digital Systems Design
|Engineering Signal Analysis
|Computer Engineering Analysis and Design
|Embedded Systems Design
|Digital Signal Processing
|Communication Systems and Networks
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Design I 1
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Design II 1
|Engineering Alaska - An Introduction to Engineering
|Makerspace Alaska - A Laboratory Introduction to Engineering
|Complete two approved upper-division EE or CS Electives 2
|Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination
|Complete the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination administered by the State of Alaska.
Fulfills the baccalaureate capstone requirement.
Graduate-level CS and EE courses may be used as electives upon approval.
|Analysis of Algorithms
|Robotics & 3D Printing
|Computer and Network Security
|Electric Power Systems and Machines
|Engineering Electromagnetics I
|Electronic Circuit Design
|Advanced Communications Systems
Program Learning Outcomes
Program learning outcomes are measurable statements that describe knowledge or skills achieved by students upon completion of the program.
Students graduating with this program will be able to demonstrate:
Within a few years of graduation, graduates of the UAF B.S. in Computer Engineering program are expected to:
- Function independently and in diverse multidisciplinary teams as technically proficient, productive, and ethically responsible members of their profession.
- Apply their fundamental understanding, acquire and apply new knowledge and skills, and allocate resources to solve real-world problems, including engineering for extreme environments.
- Effectively communicate with technical and non-technical audiences, including employers, colleagues, clients, professional organizations, and the public.