Computer Engineering (B.S.)

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Program includes the design of computers and systems based on computers. It focuses in the study of software and hardware and the communication and interaction between them. The program includes the study and the application of theory, principles and practice of electrical engineering and the mathematics to solve problems involving the design of computers, devices and programs that interact with users and with each other.

Admission requirements

  • 5 or more on average high school
  • Academic index of 1,000 or more

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

General Education Requirements 39 credits
Core Course Requirements 59 credits
Major Requirements 57 credits
Prescribed Distributive Requirements 12 credits
Elective Courses 3 credits
Total 170

General Education Requirements – 39 credits

Thirty-nine (39) credits are required as explained in the Engineering Program. Students are exempt from taking GEMA 1200 in the Mathematics category and will take only the course GEPE 4040 in the Philosophic and Esthetic Thought category. In the Historic and Social Context category they will take two courses, one of which will be GEHS 2010.

Core Course Requirements – 59 credits

ENGR 1100 Introduction to Engineering 3
ENGR 2220 Computerized Engineering Graphics 3
ENGR 3200 Probability and Statistics 3
ENGR 3300 Engineering Economics 3
ENGR 3340 Foundations of Statics and Dynamics 3
ENGR 3343 Thermal and Fluid Sciences 4
ENGR 3350 Material Sciences 3
ENGR 3500 Professional Ethics for Engineers 2
CHEM 2115 General Chemistry for Engineers 4
MATH 1500 Precalculus 5
MATH 2251 Calculus I 5
MATH 2252 Calculus II 4
MATH 3250 Calculus III 3
MATH 3350 Linear Algebra 3
MATH 3400 Differential Equations 3
PHYS 3311 General Physics for Engineers I 4
PHYS 3312 General Physics for Engineers II 4
 

Major Requirements – 57 credits

COEN 2210 Introduction to Programming 4
COEN 2220 Advanced Programming 4
COEN 2310 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Engineering 3
COEN 3410 Software Design and Construction 3
COEN 3510 Operating Systems 4
COEN 4510 Computer Architecture 4
ELEN 3301 Electric Circuits I 4
ELEN 3302 Electric Circuits II 4
ELEN 3311 Electronics I 4
ELEN 3320 Logic Circuit 4
ELEN 3420 Signals and Systems 4
ELEN 4010 Microcontrollers 4
ELEN 4410 Digital Systems Design 4
ELEN 4610 Analog Communication 4
ELEN 4811 Project Design in Electrical Engineering and Computers I 2
ELEN 4812 Project Design in Electrical Engineering and Computers II 1
 

Prescribed Distributive Requirements – 12 credits

Students will select 12 credits from the following courses:
COEN 4412 Design of Interfaces of User and Prototypes 4
COEN 4413 Design of Expert Systems 4
COEN 4420 Computerized Information Systems Design 4
COEN 4530 Design and Construction of Compilers 4
COEN 4535 Integrated Computer System 4
COEN 4540 Parallel Computation Design 4
COEN 4910 Practice in Computer Engineering 4
ELEN 3312 Electronics II 4
ELEN 4617 Communication Data Networks 4

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