Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
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Paddle, Float, but Don't Sink! Cardboard Canoes Hit the WaterFreshmen engineering students and students from various academic departments at Cedarville University floated, paddled, and otherwise made their way across Cedar Lake on October 1 as part of the 28th annual cardboard canoe boat race.
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Computer Engineering Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take a series of courses in electronic hardware, such as circuits, electronics, and computer architecture, and software like programming and algorithms.
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- Computer Architecture
- Computer Engineering Senior Design