Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering - On campus

General

Program Description

The Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering aims to prepare students to mature into professionals that have an active role in their chosen field. The program, amounting to 120 Semester credits of academic achievement, is offered in a blended modality. The Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering prepares the graduate for developing and using technologies, as well as being able to design, produce and manage data elaboration systems in a wide range of applications.

At the end of the Computer Engineering Bachelor’s Degree, graduates will have acquired a wide range of fundamental knowledge, especially in math, information science (computing, electronics, telecommunications) and engineering management fields. By considering the rapid rise in society's need for information, the student will have developed the capacity to understand and value the working principles of processing systems, both in hardware (system architecture) and software aspects, being able to identify, formulate and resolve the diverse problems by using updated methods, techniques and instruments.

Program objective

The Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering prepares the graduate for developing and using technologies, as well as being able to design, produce and manage data elaboration systems in a wide range of applications. At the end of the Computer Engineering Bachelor’s Degree, graduates will have acquired a wide range of fundamental knowledge, especially in math, information science (computing, electronics, telecommunications) and engineering management fields. By considering the rapid rise in society's need for information, the student will have developed the capacity to understand and value the working principles of processing systems, both in hardware (system architecture) and software aspects, being able to identify, formulate and resolve the diverse problems by using updated methods, techniques and instruments. The following professional activities are included in the training course for the computer engineer: the design and production of company information systems, the computerizing of public and private agency services through web technology, the development of multimedia and hypermedia systems and, the modeling and control of productive processes and complex systems, the development of computer systems based on the project techniques of HW/SW, the planning of systems based on architectural and network computing.

Study Plan

  • BUS 2217 Business Management
  • CAP 4770 Web Mining Techniques
  • CEN 2020 Software Engineering and quality
  • CEN 4072 Fundamentals of Software Engineering
  • CIS 4011 Computer Engineering Capstone Project
  • CNT 4704 Wireless Network and System
  • COP 1001 Modern Computing Methods
  • COP 2210 Computer Programing
  • COP 2310 Cloud Computing and Application
  • COP 2410 Information Retrieval
  • COP 3001 Public Service Models and Technologies
  • COP 3005 Energy Management
  • COP 3501 Information and Encoding
  • COP 3601 Installations and Systems Performance and Quality
  • COP 3701 Online Information System for Business
  • COP 3801 Intelligent Web System
  • COP 4301 Embedded Software Engineering
  • COP 4400 Simulation methods and languages
  • ECO 2013 Macroeconomics
  • ECO 2023 Microeconomics
  • ECO 2100 Economics and Business Organization
  • EEE 3032 Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
  • EEL 3002 Electrical Engineering
  • EEL 3012 Digital Electronics
  • EEL 3123 Networks and the Internet
  • EEL 3768 Computer Architecture and System Software
  • ENC 1101 English Composition I
  • ENC 1102 English Composition II
  • ISM 4300 Information System and Safety
  • MAC 1005 College Mathematics I
  • MAC 1014 College Mathematics II
  • MAC 2311 Mathematics III
  • MHF 4302 Mathematical Logic
  • PHY 2048 Physics
  • PSY 2001 General Psychology
  • STA 2311 Statistics
  • STA 3032 Probability and Statistics
  • SYG 2001 Sociology
  • WHO 1026 World History

Admission Requirements On campus

  • Equivalent to High School Diploma
  • English Certificate - TOEFL (70-IBT), IEL (6.0), PTE (54) or Proof of graduating on a bilingual school​
  • Scholarship Application ​
  • Passport (at least 6 months validity)​
Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

Marconi International University is an innovative University licensed by the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education- CIE. MIU’s mission is to meet the needs of internat ... Read More

Marconi International University is an innovative University licensed by the Florida Department of Education’s Commission for Independent Education- CIE. MIU’s mission is to meet the needs of international and domestic students, offering them various study opportunities at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, flexible scheduling, continuous enrollment, online classes, virtual labs and simulations. Read less