Monday, September 28, 2009

Computer Engineering

We are preparing to propose a new computer engineering degree. As it stands, it includes:
  • 39 credits of computer science including much of our embedded concentration
  • 19 credits of math (calc 1, calc 2, differential equations, discrete math, and statistics)
  • 23 credits of physics (phys I and II, electronics, semi-conductors, and others we are still specifying)
We are hopeful that this will build a bridge between our degree and physics much like computer graphics created a bridge between us and the art programs. In addition, physics is considering revising their applied physics degree to include some of our embedded courses. We think building a stronger relationship with physics will strengthen our programs. What do you all think?

1 comment:

ClickerMonkey said...

I think this sounds like an awesome idea! This will be very math intensive, I like =)