Computer Engineering B.S.Cp.E.

Degree Requirements: 130 Credit Hours

See Core Curriculum for required courses in Area A1 through Area E.

Credit Hours
General Requirements (Core Areas A-E)42
Additional Requirements4
Area - F Courses Appropriate to Major18
Comprehensive General Chemistry
Programming Principles I
Computing for Engineers
Program Design for Engineers
Principles of Physics II
Specific Requirements18
Carryover from Area A2 1
Carryover from Area D 2
Programming Principles II
Introduction to Signal Processing with Lab
Discrete Mathematics
Ordinary Differential Equations
Technical Communication
Major Requirements39
Data Structures
Systems Software
Database Systems
Circuit Analysis II with Lab
Microcontrollers with Lab
Microelectronics with Lab
Advanced Engineering Analysis
Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Capstone Design
Computer Systems Design with Lab
Digital Design Lab
Logic Circuit Design
Circuit Analysis I
Select at least 6 credit hours of technical electives from the following courses:6
Directed Study in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Selected Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Network Architecture and Protocols
Robotic Systems Design with Lab
Cybersecurity for Networked Electrical and Electronics Systems
Special Problems in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Object-Oriented Design
Software Security and Secure Coding
Distributed Web Systems Design
Systems and Software Assurance
Free Elective3
Select 3 credit hours of Free Electives
Total Credit Hours130

Other Program Requirements

  • At least 33 credit hours of approved upper-division Engineering credits must be earned at Georgia Southern.
  • A grade of "C" or better is required on all ENGR, CSCI, and EENG courses and their corresponding co-requisites and pre-requisites.

Honors in Computer Engineering

To graduate with Honors in Computer Engineering a student should:

  • Be admitted to the Honors College
  • Complete a capstone project in  EENG   4640.
  • Maintain a 3.3 institutional grade point average, including a 3.5 minimum GPA in all major courses applied towards graduation

Advisement

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