Loyola University Maryland

Department of Engineering

Computer Engineering Concentration

Computer engineers apply mathematical and scientific principles to design, construct, implement, and maintain software and hardware components of modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment.  The discipline is at the intersection of electrical engineering and computer science, focusing on the integration of hardware and software to create systems that benefit humankind. 

More information about the field of computer engineering, including short interviews with practicing professionals, is available at the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center.

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Requirement and guidelines for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, with a concentration in computer engineering:

First-Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 101 Intro. to Engineering or EG 103 Engineering & Society
  • MA 251 Calculus I
  • PH 201 General Physics I
  • PH 291 Gen. Physics Lab I
  • WR 100 Effective Writing
  • Language Core

Spring Semester

  • EG 140 Programming Tools for Engineering & Science
  • HS 100-Level Core Course 
  • MA 252 Calculus II
  • PH 202 General Physics II
  • PH 292 Gen. Physics Lab II
  • TH 201 Introduction to Theology

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

  • CH 101 General Chemistry I
  • CH 105 Gen. Chemistry Lab I
  • EG 031 Linear Circuit Analysis Lab
  • EG 331 Linear Circuit Analysis
  • EG 301 Statics
  • MA 351 Calculus III
  • PL 201 Foundations of Philosophy

Spring Semester

  • EG 032 Electronics Lab
  • EG 432 Electronics
  • EG 071 Digital Logic Lab
  • EG 471 Digital Logic
  • EG 333 Signals and Systems
  • MA 304 Ord. Differential Eqns.
  • EN 101 Understanding Literature

Junior Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 360 Object-Oriented Engineering Design
  • EG 381 Probability and Statistics
  • EG 390 Experimental Methods
  • MA 301 Intro. to Linear Algebra
  • Computer Engineering Concentration Course
  • Engineering Elective

Spring Semester

  • EG 051 Materials Science Lab
  • EG 351 Intro. to Engineering Materials
  • EG 441 Engineering Systems Analysis
  • PL 200-Level Philosophical Perspectives Course
  • English Core
  • History Core
  • Computer Engineering Concentration Course

Senior Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 497 Engineering Design Project I
  • Theology Core
  • Social Science Core
  • Fine Arts Core
  • Computer Engineering Concentration Course
  • Elective

Spring Semester

  • EG 498 Engineering Design Project II
  • Ethics Core
  • Social Science Core
  • Computer Engineering Concentration Course
  • Elective 
  • Elective

Computer Engineering Concentration Courses

  • EG 474 Introduction to Microprocessor-Based Systems
  • EG 475 FPGA Design
  • EG 476 Electronic Digital Circuits
  • EG 478 Computer Architecture

 

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