As well as developing a solid foundation in the basic sciences and mathematics, Computer Engineering students are introduced to a broad spectrum of courses. The program includes courses in digital systems, microprocessors, operating systems, computer architecture and electronics, followed by in-depth courses in special areas like advanced digital design, integrated circuit design, digital signal processing and computer networks.
Students complete the first three years of the program at SLU-Madrid and then transfer to Parks College in St. Louis for the last year of study.
Students also have the chance to work with faculty on research, boosting their undergraduate experience and priming them to work in the computer engineering industry. There is also an enhanced Bachelor of Science to Master of Science option available.
As the computer engineering area has grown, the need for sustained and professional education has increased. Bircham University’s Computation Engineering program gives the fundamentals of computer engineering and the latest advance in the field. The program delivers answers to the questions that influence computer science and engineer daily work. This program explains fundamental values, 'best practices', and the future of current research.
Subjects covered on this course include: Computation & Data Structure, Computer Science, Computer Architecture, Computer Systems, Computer Networks, Internet Technology, Software & Hardware Management, Analog Circuit Design, Digital Circuits Design, Digital Circuits Optimization, Microprocessor-Based Design, Software Systems Integration, Computation Engineering, Computer Systems Performance and Software Engineering.
The Computation Engineering course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.