Bachelor's Degree Program
Earn your computer engineering degree from a hands-on program that includes more than 10 required labs. UAF’s emphasis on real-world learning ensures you’ll gain practical experience both in and beyond the classroom.
Work directly with award-winning faculty on specialized research projects. Enjoy 24/7 access to labs and conduct experiments using industry level equipment and software. Gain career experience through student design teams and internships with engineering companies and professional organizations, including the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
You’ll graduate as a high-demand candidate whose résumé will catch the eyes of engineering employers: UAF computer engineering graduates generally field multiple job offers from a variety of engineering employers, including large multinational corporations, Alaska-based companies and government agencies.
What Is Computer Engineering?
Computer engineering is one of the most exciting and dynamic professions within the engineering field. Computer engineers research, design, build and test computer systems and components, including processors, circuit boards, memory devices and networks.
If you are a creative problem solver who has an interest in working in state-of-the-art labs and using sophisticated technology to design hardware, software, networks and processes to tackle technical problems, computer engineering is the career path for you.
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Why Study Computer Engineering at UAF?
Computer engineering majors at the University of Alaska Fairbanks gain extensive practical experience and access industry standard labs, equipment and software programming. With our strong reputation among employers and unique focus on the challenges to the Arctic, our computer engineering program produces graduates who are in high demand in Alaska and nationwide. Here are more reasons to earn your bachelor’s in computer engineering at UAF.
What Can You Do With Your Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering?
Our computer engineering graduates find employment in Alaska, across the country and around the world. Many work for federal agencies, while others find employment with multinational corporations, national labs and even startups.
Requirements for a Computer Engineering Degree
The computer engineering bachelor’s degree is comprised of coursework that focuses on the theories and principles of science and mathematics while emphasizing written and oral communication skills as keys to succeeding in the industry. This experience-driven program empowers you to take what you’ve learned in the classroom and practice it in the field through lab courses, undergraduate research, internships and student competitions.
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