Computer engineering is a discipline that bridges computer science and electrical engineering, offering a deep understanding of computer system design and implementation.
Computer engineers integrate expertise in both hardware and software to better understand computer architecture, hardware/software interface and integrating computers into products and systems at a larger scale.
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- CompE 2016-2017 Info Sheet
- UK Information Pages for future CompE Students
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- More about Careers in CompE
- CompE Program Course Descriptions from Bulletin
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CompE Plan of Study
Freshmen and transfers start with the College of Engineering’s First-Year Engineering program, along with engineering math and science, then proceed into courses on programming, analog and digital circuits, embedded systems and supporting lab and elective courses. The summary EE plan of study is shown below. For full details see the CompE Major Sheet 2016-17.
Dr. Jim Lumpp
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Computer Engineering
453 F. Paul Anderson Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0046