Computer Science and Engineering

As a computer engineer, you might develop cutting-edge music software, come up with a better system to IM your friends, or invent a new hand-held device.  But looking beyond personal computers, did you realize that computer engineers are vitally important in almost every area you can think of?  In a hospital, for example, computers track patient records, control X-ray and MRI machines, and offer surgeons visual maps of the operations they are performing.  Becoming a computer engineer offers you an enormous range of possibilities, from developing software for managing an air traffic control tower to producing animation for the movie industry.

  • Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineer
  • Bioengineering/Biomedical Engineer
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Special fields and Interdisciplinary Engineer