About the Degree
If you’ve ever wondered how to make innovative electronics like defense-related machines, iPods, and cell phones, ask a graduate with a Bachelor of Computer Engineering Technology from DeVry University.
In this program, Devry offers courses that allow you to apply theory and skills to real-life computer engineering situations. Microprocessor Architecture exposes you to the microprocessor’s internal blueprint – the basic foundation of modern electronics. You will develop technology verbiage, learn microprocessor programming, and create basic algorithms.
Programming Environments and Java with Lab broadens your understanding of alternate programming modules. Other computer engineering courses include Data Communications and Networking, Database System Design, and Operating Systems.
Graduates with this degree often find careers in research, communications, security, or manufacturing. The program also teaches you how to create and manage the computer technologies used in banking, medicine and consumer products markets.
Here are some positions you may qualify for after graduation. You may find a career as an application engineer, creating technologies that control acoustics and propulsion, or as an engineering specialist working in such industries as geographical surveying, medical equipment manufacturing or waste water management. Other job possibilities may be as a software engineer or a test engineer.
About the School
DeVry University is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Over 85% of DeVry students receive financial aid. This aid includes federal, state, and local loans and grants. Also, you may qualify for one of the 7,500 DeVry scholarships. These scholarships total up to $25 million. The financial aid advisors can assist you in the process of paying for your education.
DeVry’s academic year is divided into three semesters. This flexible system allows you to take classes all year round and finish your degree at an accelerated pace.