Department of Computer Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering is an in-depth study of engineering software and hardware concepts of Computer Education. This Department was set up to train highly skilled computer engineers and professionals to meet the ever-increasing demands of hi-tech in a vibrant modern technological age. The academic programme began in September 2006 with 12 students but currently has approximately 130 students enrolled in the Department.

Educational Mission:

The educational mission of the department is to provide students with comprehensive, interdisciplinary training in Computer Engineering. This is accomplished by developing and offering a curriculum that integrates the fundamentals of engineering, both hardware and software, and the application of engineering concepts, techniques, and methods to computer systems engineering and design.

Career Objectives

Students pursuing this program will be able to successfully:

  • Establish a productive Computer Science and Engineering career in industry, government or academia;
  • Engage in professional practice of computer systems engineering and software systems engineering;
  • Promote the development of innovative systems and solutions using hardware and software integration;
  • Promote design, research, and implementation of products and services in the field of Computer Science & Engineering.

Why Study Computer Engineering?

If you are interested in math, science, and computers, you should consider a degree in Computer Engineering. Engineers like to innovate, be creative, work in teams, explore how things work, design new products, and solve problems. As computers continue to integrate themselves into our everyday lives there is a need for engineers who understand their principles of operation and how to innovate new applications.

Graduates of this program have career opportunities in many industries, including computer systems design, digital systems, systems analysis, software engineering, data communications, information systems and more.

Why earn your Computer Engineering degree at All Nations University College?

Small class sizes foster close and healthy student-professor relationships.

Faculty typically have significant academic and industrial experience. Lectures and labs are taught by professors and assisted by graduate students.

The diverse and broad-based engineering education includes a strong design emphasis and practical laboratory experience.

Every student works on a team to complete a two-semester capstone design project.

Students have the opportunity to work with faculty on undergraduate research projects.

Student chapters of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) allow students to develop academically and professionally by attending seminars and visiting technical sites.