Graduate Goals & Objectives
Computer engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study involving
both the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Departments. The
computer engineering curriculum provides a balanced view of hardware,
software, and hardware-software tradeoffs, analysis, design and implementation
techniques. The last decade has seen computer engineering emerge as a
major discipline, distinct from CSE and ECE.
It is a dynamic and broadly interdisciplinary field that continues to
experience rapid professional growth that impacts almost every area of
Well equipped laboratories are available for work in this program. Special
laboratory facilities are available to graduate students in artificial
intelligence, computer architectures, computer vision, distributed processing,
graphics, intergrated circuit design, parallel processing, real-time comptuing,
robotics, software engineering, and testing and fault-tolerant computing.