Computer Engineering Technology Degree Program
Technology drives our everyday lives. To create advanced electronics that can download music, play games, communicate, steer vehicles or do our banking, you need a strong understanding of electrical engineering and how embedded software interacts with hardware. Earning your bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology from DeVry University can give you the skills to write, implement and test software programs that drive modern electronic devices.
When you earn your Computer Engineering Technology degree from DeVry University, you can:
- Get hands-on experience bringing software and circuit hardware together
- Design, build, and troubleshoot electronic circuits by hand, leveraging capacitors, resistors, inductors, transistors and wiring
Whether you decide to enroll on campus* or earn a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Technology–Computers (ET-C) online, you'll gain hands-on experience working with electronic circuitry, equipment and computing systems.
Discover how a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology from DeVry University may help you pursue your career ambitions. Request more information.
It matters to you. And it matters to employers. Accreditation provides recognition. Establishes respect. And can help you stand out.
We’re proud to offer Engineering Technology programs that are accredited** by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, www.abet.org.
This is a global mark of excellence, recognized and valued by employers and professional associations within the Engineering Technology field. ETAC of ABET only awards accreditation to institutions that exhibit technical education excellence, so you can be confident in the quality of your engineering technology degree.
And because employers value ETAC of ABET, it’s a meaningful proof-point you’ll be proud to add to your resume.
*Program availability varies by location.
**The Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology – Computers and Engineering Technology-Electronics programs are accredited, on-site by location or online, by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, www.abet.org. The most recent information on which programs are ETAC of ABET accredited at which locations is available in the Academic Catalog and at http://www.devry.edu/academics/accreditation.html.
All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.
Many Ways to Learn
When you earn your bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering Technology from DeVry University, you'll be preparing for a number of exciting career fields, such as:
- Application Engineering
- Sales Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Test Engineering
To learn more about required and elective Computer Engineering Technology courses for this bachelor's degree program, contact a DeVry University representative or see the undergraduate academic catalog.
DeVry offers classes several different ways:
- At a DeVry campus location
- Through collaborative extended classrooms
Please note that program, courses, and extended classroom availability varies by location. Learn more about DeVry's Engineering Technology - Electronics degree programs online and Engineering Technology - Computers degree program online.
Take the TechPath
Want to learn how to navigate today’s tech-infused, dynamic and interconnected workplaces? Take the TechPath. Specially designed to help you gain the kinds of applied tech skills that are crucial in more and more companies today1, each TechPath class is powered by a learning rubric developed at DeVry called People-Process-Data-Devices, or P2D2. And because we believe TechPath is so important for our students and for helping to close the applied tech skills gap in this country, we’re offering our TechPath associates and bachelor’s degree programs to new students at a 20% savings2.
1Exploring America’s Tech Skills Gap and the Parallel Deficits of Applied Tech Skills and Hard Tech Skills, by The Career Advisory Board: http://careeradvisoryboard.org/research/technology-skills-gap-survey
2TechPath Associate and Bachelor’s degree programs are offered to new students at the cost of $487 per credit hour, which is 20% lower than our Non TechPath rate at $609. 20% savings is applicable to those who apply after 4/21/2017. New TechPath pricing savings do not apply to certificate programs.