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Computer Engineering, AA
Take the Step Toward Becoming a Computer Engineer
A baccalaureate degree in Computer Engineering affords students the opportunity to secure employment in an industrial or financial firm, a governmental agency, or secondary, college, or university teaching position.
Potential research opportunities include computer security, cryptography; programming languages; compilers; real-time systems; databases; fault tolerance; networks, neural networks; expert networks; fuzzy sets and systems; scientific visualization; human computer interaction; computational science and engineering. This transfer track is designed to meet FSU-Panama City program requirements.
Computer Course Requirements
ENC1102, English II
MAC2312, Calculus II
MAC2313, Calculus III or MAP2302, Differential Equations
PHY2048L, University Physics I Lab
PHY2049, University Physics II
PHY2049L, University Physics II Lab
COP1000, Introduction to Programming Language
COP2224, Introduction to C++or + COP2250, Introduction to Java Programming
What will you do with a Computer Engineering Option?
In this field, people find careers as:
Computer Hardware Engineers
Computer and Information Systems Managers
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
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