University of Saskatchewan offers BSc in Computer Engineering with a duration of 4 years (8 semesters).
This course is offered on a full-time basis and part-time studies are not available for this program.
This program is provided both on-campus and off-campus.
This program provides training in the software/hardware co-design of digital systems with an emphasis on embedded systems.
The computer engineering program is an amalgamation of electronic engineering and computer sciences. Through this program, students can design and develop computer systems and other technological devices.
The program is in collaboration with Electrical Engineering Program to cover general and in-depth topics of it.
Student can take following featured classes while pursuing this program:
Discrete-Time Signals and Systems
Microprocessor-Based Embedded Systems
Verification of Digital Systems
The Faculty and student ratio for this program is 1:17.
Students will complete several design projects throughout the degree, but perhaps the most exciting is the fourth-year Capstone Design Project.
The Capstone Design Project allows students to apply top-down design principles to a year-long project, starting with a basic description of the product or system and culminating in a presentation of final working design.
While completes this Bachelor degree, a student can also enhance the experience with the following options:
Certificate in Professional Communication
Certificate in Technological Innovation
Engineering Professional Internship Program
The average salary goes up to 54,000 USD after completing this program.