I’m looking forward to having more one-to-one attention from the professors, since the class size will be small and the faculty are invested in the program.
~Ben Stutzman, engineering major and honors student
An engineering degree from a liberal arts university produces a more well-rounded person.
~Ben Zook, current engineering student
All my classes were interconnected and built on each other, giving me the essentials in math, physics and chemistry I needed to advance.
~Jake Bontrager-Singer, EMU graduate
As an EMU computer engineering graduate, you will learn to blend computer science and electrical engineering. The field further advances digital technology, computer networking and computer systems. You will be well prepared to pursue graduate studies or delve immediately into a growing field with wide open job market.
|Engineering Core||Semester Hours|
|Introduction to Engineering and Design||4|
|Mathematics for Engineering Lab||1|
|Introduction to Programming OR Intermediate Programming||3/4|
|Engineering Design II||3|
|Engineering Design III||3|
|Department Approved Ethics Course||3|
|Math/Science Core||Semester Hours|
|Calculus I and II||8|
|Statistics for the Natural Sciences||3|
|University Physics I and II||8|
|General Chemistry I||4|
|And One Of The Following:|
|Precalculus for Science and Engineering||3|
|Topics - Math Modeling||3|
|Computer Engineering Emphasis Courses||Semester Hours|
|Networks and Data Communications||3|
|Architecture and Operating Systems||4|
|And Three Of The Following:|
|Topics in Engineering (with advisor approval)*|
*Alternate year courses are denoted with an asterisk.
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