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2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Engineering, B.S.


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Total Degree Credits: 120

Please Note:

Stem Core:


All FLPoly students take these courses.

Total STEM Core Credit: 16


Florida Common Prerequisites:


General Education


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Engineering Core:


These courses provide a foundation in Engineering. All Engineering students will take these courses.

Total Engineering Core Credits: 7


Total Computer Engineering Core Credits: 37


Concentration Cores:


Digital Logic Design


Total Concentration Core Credits: 18


Embedded System Design


Total Concentration Core Credits: 18


Machine Intelligence


Total Concentration Core Credits: 18


Learning Compact


Florida Polytechnic University’s Academic Learning Compact describes what students, who follow the major’s study plan, will know and be able to do. These are listed as core student learning outcomes.

College:

Engineering

Program:

Computer Engineering

Purpose of the Program:

Computer Engineering is a high-quality program focused on education, professional development and research.  The program is interdisciplinary and encompasses a range of disciplines including, engineering, science, and mathematics. The program educates students in the fundamental core of Computer Engineering with concentrations in Embedded System Design, Machine Intelligence and Digital Logic Design.

Graduate will know and be able to do:

  1. Prepare students with a strong and competitive foundation in general Computer Engineering.
  2. Provide quality learning experience and focused training on the current advances in Embedded System Design, Machine Intelligence and Digital Logic Design.
  3. To produce graduates who will pursue life-long learning and professional development.

 

Core Learning Outcomes:

Student Learning Outcomes:

The Outcomes Involve These Skills:

Upon completion of the Computer Engineering Degree in the College of Engineering, students will possess the:

Content

Critical Thinking

Communication

Demonstrate scientific, engineering and mathematical knowledge to solve and analyze computer engineering problems.

X

 

 

Demonstrate proficiency in computer engineering for at least one high level programming language, logic design capabilities, computer system or device design, simulation and related analysis.

 

X

 

Recognize the ethical, environmental, legal, private, and social implications pertinent to computer engineering.

 

X

 

Demonstrate communication skills by presentations and reports in different aspects of program concentrations including Embedded System Design, Machine Intelligence and Digital Logic Design.

 

 

X

 

 

 

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