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Curriculum Requirements

Computer Engineering Technology B.S. 
(Total 120 credits) 

Humanities and social Sciences (19 credits)


  • English 101 Composition and Rhetoric: 3 Credits
  • English 204 Technical Writing: 1 Credit
  • Social Science Elective: 6 Credits
  • Humanities Elective: 6 Credits
  • Fine Arts Elective: 3 Credits

 

Basic Science (12 credits)


  • Chem 113 Intro Chemistry, with lab: 4 Credits
  • Phys 201 General Physics I, with lab: 4 Credits
  • Phys 202 General Physics II, with lab: 4 Credits

Computer Engineering Technology Core Requirements (33 credits)
 


  • CPSC 101 Introduction to Computing I: 3 Credits
  • CPSC 102 Introduction to Computing II: 3 Credits
  • CPEG 286 Introduction to Microprocessor: 3 Credits
  • CPEG 210 Digital Design I: 3 Credits
  • CPEG 315 Digital Design II, with lab: 4 Credits
  • CPEG 312 Computer Organization: 3 Credits
  • CPEG 387 Embedded System Design: 3 Credits
  • ELEG 233 Network Analysis I: 3 Credits
  • ELEG 235 Network Analysis I lab: 1 Credit
  • ELEG 234 Network Analysis II for Engineering Technology (No Laplace and Fourier Transformers) (NEW): 2 credits
  • ELEG 236 Network Analysis II lab – with applications (NEW): 1 Credit

 

Free Electives (15 credits)


  • CPET-349 A Senior Design Project I: 1 Credit
  • CPET-349 B Senior Design Project II: 3 Credits

Basic Math (12 credits)


  • Math 106 College Algebra: 3 Credits
  • Math 109 Precalc Math: 4 Credits
  • Math 110 Calculus & Analytical Geometry I: 4 Credits
  • MATH-203 Elementary Statistics: 3 Credits

 

Misc. Engineering required courses (6 credits)


  • ENGR 111 Intro to Engineering I: 3 Credits
  • ENGR 290 Economics & Management of Engineer Projects: 3 Credits

Directed Electives (39 credits)

(Select only 21 credits)


  • CPEG-371 Data and Computer Communication: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-472 Computer Communication II: Networks: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-482 Network Administration: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-461 Network Security: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-481 Mobile Communications: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-400 Object Oriented Programming w/C++: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-329 Fundamentals of Algorithms: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-350 Database Design: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-442 Python Programming: 3 Credits
  • TCMG-568 Intro to SQL and R: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-389 Software Engineering: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-308 Operating Systems: 3 Credits 
  • CPEG-377 Internet of Things: 3 Credits

 

Computer Engineering Technology (B.S.) Degree Map

Semester 1


English 101

3

Math 106

3

CPSC 101

3

Engr 111

3

Free Elective

3

 

Semester 2


Phys 201

4

CPSC 102

3

English 204

1

Free Elective

3

Free Elective

3

 

 

Semester 3


Math 109

4

Phys 202

4

Soc Sci Elec

3

Hum Elective

3

Free Elective

3

 

 

Semester 4


Math 110

4

Hum Elective

3

Soc Sci Elec

3

Fine Arts Elective

3

Free Elective

3

 

 

Semester 5


ELEG 233

3

ELEG 235

1

ENGR 290

3

CPEG 210

3

CPEG 286

3

Chem 113

3

 

 

Semester 6


ELEG 234 

2

ELEG 236

1

CPEG 315 + Lab

4

CPEG 387

3

Math 203

3

 

 

Semester 7


CPET 349 A

1

CPEG 312

3

*CPEG-472

3

*CPSC-400

3

*CPSC-350

3

*CPEG-371

3

 

Courses marked with (*) can be chosen from the Directed Elective courses, see list below.

 

 

Semester 8


CPET 349 B

3

*CPSC-442

3

*TCMG-568

3

*CPSC-389

3

 

Courses marked with (*) can be chosen from the Directed Elective courses, see list below.

 

 

Directed Electives: 


Select 21 credits

  • CPEG-371 Data and Computer Communication: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-472 Computer Communication II: Networks: 3  Credits
  • CPEG-482 Network Administration: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-461 Network Security: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-481 Mobile Communications: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-400 Object Oriented Programing w/C++: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-329 Fundamentals of Algorithms: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-350 Database Design: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-442 Python Programming: 3 Credits
  • TCMG-568 Intro to SQL and R: 3 Credits
  • CPSC-389 Software Engineering: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-308 Operating Systems: 3 Credits
  • CPEG-377 Internet of Things: 3 Credits
  • NEW Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Technologies: 3 Credits