Computer engineering integrates skills and techniques from both computer science and electrical engineering as designers develop hardware and software for digital devices including wearable technologies, personal computers, mobile devices and supercomputers. You will learn how to develop digital technologies in phones, vehicles, medical technologies, robotics and much more. Because computing technologies are a cornerstone in virtually every industry, as a computing graduate, you can go on to work in varied industries such as education, healthcare, finance, manufacturing, telecommunications, government and more.
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