As a Computer Engineering major at Taylor, you will learn how to design and build new computer technology. Practical courses will build and integrate your understanding of computer science, engineering, physics, and mathematics by focusing on hardware design, software programming, electric circuits, mathematics modeling, embedded systems, and CPU architectures.
Our interdisciplinary Computer Engineering program is ABET-accredited (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) with a 97% job placement rate before graduation. The Computer Engineering major prepares students for employment and/or graduate programs involving robotics, biomedical implants, telecommunications, data acquisition systems, and other complex hardware-software systems.
Your time at Taylor will involve numerous projects, including a junior and a senior engineering project. Students have the opportunity to design, create, and implement their own work and research in Engineering workshops. Every Computer Engineering major also completes a practicum that provides real-world experience and professional development with industry-leading technology corporations.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.
The Foundational Core is the key to Taylor’s total education. These classes will give you a big-picture view of how your calling connects with God's purpose for your life, engaging with ideas that will demonstrate how God has given you certain talents and skills to bring healing to the world. Each student who completes the Foundational Core emerges as a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God's creation.