Computer Engineering Program Overview

Computer Engineering involves designing computers and devices and writing the algorithms and programs that run on them. From finding ways to store big data to making microprocessors work faster, to virtual reality and gaming, computer engineering is the process of creating and improving computer hardware and software applications. Computer engineers design ways to make computers fit in smaller spaces, consume less power, and outperform existing technology.

Student Experience

  • Virtually 100% of USU’s Computer Engineering students have job offers before graduation
  • The department boasts a small student-teacher ratio in upper-division courses
  • Student-selected senior design projects encompass a wide variety of topics ranging from mobile robots to traffic control systems
  • Computer Engineering offers a concurrent BS/MS degree

Areas of Application

  • Embedded Systems
  • Wireless Networking
  • Cybersecurity
  • 3-D Integrated Circuit Design
  • Computer Architecture

Internships and Careers

  • Dell
  • Intel
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • L-3 Communications
  • Ball Aerospace
  • Google
  • Qualcomm
  • Marvell Semiconductor
  • Space Dynamics Lab
  • General Electric
  • Northrup Grumman

Danielle Roth

Recruiter
ENGR 413k
435-797-4201
danielle.roth@usu.edu

Where Our Alumni Work

Ball Aerospace
Dell
General Electric
Google
intel
L-3 Communications
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Marvell Semiconductor
Northrup Grumman
Qualcomm
Space Dynamics Lab