Find trade schools and technical colleges with classroom and online computer engineering degree programs. Prep courses are heavy in mathematics and you’ll be taking analytic algebra, trigonometry and foundational calculus. Good luck.
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Colleges with Computer Degree Programs
All listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.
- Southern Technical Institute
- New England Institute of Technology
- Rockford Career College
- Iowa Central Community College
- Sullivan Tech
All colleges are not listed here, use the search application to find all local options.
“Computer engineers develop, test and evaluate software for computers. Also known as software engineers, they can work in a variety of workplaces such as offices or laboratory environments, and perform their tasks with a multitude of other team members. In addition to working on computer software, they may also design and build the computers.”
Some of the core courses you can expect are:
- Computer Architecture,
- Software Engineering Methods,
- Programming With C++,
- Operating Systems,
- Data Structure
“Tuition will vary due to the wide variety of programs and degrees available for those looking to enter the field. On average, an associate’s degree will cost students $3,500 per year. A bachelor’s degree at a public university costs closer to $10,000 annually, and private universities run closer to $31,000.”