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Computer Engineering
Computer Science Careers
• Chip Design
• Robotics
• Computer Software Engineering
• Cost Engineer
• Network Engineer
• Java Developer
• Interaction Designer
• Web/Application Administrator
• Software Engineer
• Software Developer
• Information Technology Manager
• Business Analyst
It takes specialized skills to design and implement the Software and hardware that power
today’s global society.
Computer Engineering Overview
A Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering provides a bridge between the disciplines of electrical
engineering and computer science. This program prepares students for the ever evolving and emerging technologies and advancing electronics in the areas of research, security, manufacturing, medical, communications,
government, and consumer product markets.
Students will develop a thorough understanding of engineering, mathematics, digital and analog electronics
and control, and gain proficiency in computer languages, computing theory, and computer architecture.
A variety of computer-aided design (CAD) tools are utilized to facilitate learning and implementation of
design and problem-solving skills, which are the heart of the discipline.
The graduate of this program will obtain the basic education in the first three years. The last year is utilized
to explore specific areas of interest. These areas of interest are either software oriented (artificial intelligence,
knowledge-based systems, and software design) or hardware oriented (computer or integrated circuit design,
robotics, and networking).
About UB
The University of Bridgeport is an international, doctoral-intensive, comprehensive university, offering awardwinning academic programs in a variety of innovative undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Our
50-acre, seaside campus overlooks Long Island Sound on Connecticut’s corporate Gold Coast, and is within
easy driving distance of New York City and Boston.
Our student-faculty ratio is 15:1, and our full- and part-time faculty members include Fulbright Scholars,
National Science Foundation Fellows, Ford Fellows, National Endowment for the Humanities Fellows, American
Council for Learned Societies Scholars and Phi Beta Kappa Scholars. Some 32 percent of our students are
members of minorities and students from more than 80 countries live and learn within our community.
Ausif Mahmood
University of Bridgeport
School of Engineering
126 Park Avenue
Engineering Technology Building
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Program of Study
The Computer Science program requires 92 semester credit hours including 37 credit hours in the program core and 55 credit hours in additional engineering courses. An additional 40 credit hours will be
accumulated through general education requirements. Students are required to complete 132 credit hours
to graduate with a degree in Computer Engineering.
Program Core Courses
Computer Engineering
• Chem 103 General Chemistry
• CpE Digital System Design I
• CpE 286 Microprocessor System Design
• CS 101/101a Introduction to Computing I
• EE 233/235 Electrical Engineering I
w/ Lab
• Engr 111 Introduction to Engineering I
• Engr 300 Econ. And Management
of Engr project
• Math 215 Calculus III
• Math 301 Differential Equations
• Math 323 Probability and Statistics
• ME 223 Materials Science for Engineers
Additional Program Requirements
• CpE 312 Computer Organization
• CpE 315 Digital Systems Design II w/ Lab
• CpE 387 Embedded System Design
• CpE 408 Operating Systems
• CpE 447/448 Logic Synthesis/VLSI Design
• CpE 449 A, B CpE Senior Design Project
• CpE 489 Software Engineering
• CS 102/102a Introduction to Computing II
• CS 227 Discrete Structures
• EE 234/236 Network Analysis II w/ Lab
• EE 348 Electronics I
• EE 360 Controls
• EE 443 Applied Digital Signal Processing
• EE 204 Technical Writing for CpE
• Math 214/314 Linear Algebra/Numerical Analysis