Computer & Electrical Engineering

 

Program Description

Program Information
Length of Program: 101-108 Credits
Completion Award: A.S.-T Degree

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Program Faculty Advisors


Stephanie Diemel

Rm 5356
206-546-4579 sdiemel@shoreline.edu   

 

Fred Kuczmarski

Rm 5348
206-546-6993 fkuczmar@shoreline.edu 

 

Lauren Sandven

Rm 2811
206-546-6795 lsandven@shoreline.edu 

 

Nirmala Savage

Rm 2819
206-533-6610 nsavage@shoreline.edu   

 

Joyce Fagel

Rm 2814
206-546-6984

jfagel@shoreline.edu       

The Associate in Science Transfer (AS-T) degree is designed to prepare students entrance into a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering. This AS-T degree is a Major Related Program detailing university requirements in the sciences, mathematics, computer science, communications and engineering so students will be ready forjunior standing. Students will be required to take additional courses after transfer to fulfill general university requirements. Computer and Electrical Engineering is also an excellent major for graduate studies in Computer Science, Engineering, Law, Business and Education.

 

Computer and Electrical Engineering—What is it?
Computer and Electrical Engineering are intrinsically intertwined. While Computer Engineers focus specifically on the design, implementation and operation of computer hardware and software systems, Electrical Engineers design, develop and test all devices and systems that use electrical and electromagnetic energy. Both majors build on a solid foundation of math, science, computer science, engineering design and communications.


Areas of Study in Computer and Electrical Engineering:

Electrical Circuits, Linear Systems, Thermodynamics, Engineering Problem Solving and Design, Data Structures, Microprocessors, Digital Operations and Computation, Electromagnetic Waves, Wireless Communication, Computer Programming, Operating Systems and Networks.

 

Career Opportunities—What can I do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer & Electrical Engineering?
In addition to strong technical, scientific and problem solving skills, engineers often rely on team work and clear communications to manage projects effectively. These skills apply to a wide range of careers in such areas as hardware research and design, software and electrical engineering, management, teaching, sales and consulting.


Potential employers include:

Engineering Firms, Manufacturing Firms, Semi Conductor Companies, Computer Software and Hardware Companies, Wireless Communication Companies, Government Agencies, Colleges and Universities. For more, please visit Career Counseling.

 

Transfer Possibilities—Where can I transfer?
The AS-T makes it possible for students to transfer to a number of public and private colleges and universities in the U.S. with junior standing.