Mission, Objectives and Outcomes



The Department of Computer Engineering will dedicate itself to providing its students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will allow its graduates to succeed as engineers and leaders in industry, government, and academia.


The purpose of the undergraduate Computer Engineering Programs is to bring together the faculty, staff, and capital resources to meet the following program educational objectives:

  • To prepare students for successful and productive engineering careers, with emphasis on technical competency, and with attention to teamwork and effective communication.
  • To prepare students for the successful pursuit of graduate studies and for lifelong learning in computer engineering and related fields.
  • To endow the students with a sense of professionalism, with emphasis on professional ethics, and encouragement of professional licensing/certification and active participation in the affairs of the profession.
  • To prepare students for proactive functioning with creativity, integrity and relevance in the ever changing global environment by applying their fundamental knowledge and experience to solve real-world problems with an understanding of societal, economic, environmental, and ethical issues.

Program Outcomes for undergraduate students

  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • An ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
  • An ability to analyze, design and improve the computational infrastructure of the company
  • An ability to work with a broad variety of current models and techniques in software technology in reliably, predictably, and cost-effectively producing software systems.
  • An ability to work in a multidisciplinary team environment.
  • An ability to independently accomplish engineering tasks.
  • An ability to enter industry with the engineering techniques, skills, and tools required to be able to solve real-world problems in computer engineering.