Computer Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree

Computer Engineering Technology

Be an integral part of the high-tech economy.

California University of Pennsylvania's computer engineering technology program equips you with the latest knowledge and skills in applying current technologies to practical problems and situations. This undergraduate program will give you a comprehensive technical education in computer systems hardware and software, with an emphasis in embedded systems design.

Cal U's hands-on approach to education will prepare you for a wide range of rewarding careers as a computer engineering technologist. Upon graduation from this accredited program, you'll also be eligible to sit for a pre-licensing Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam.

Learn today's top skills as you prepare for the future.

As a Cal U computer engineering technology major, you'll gain in-demand job skills in:

  • Digital electronics.
  • Microprocessor engineering.
  • Embedded systems.
  • Computer networking.
  • Computer systems design.
  • Software.


Internships: As an undergraduate in Cal U's computer engineering technology program you'll be encouraged to complete a for-credit internship. You'll be placed with an organization related to your career goals to gain on-the-job experience in applying computer engineering knowledge and skills. 

Top Accreditation: Cal U's computer engineering technology programs maintain international accreditation through the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET.

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Median annual salary for all computer and information technology occupations. Network architect salaries average $101,210, and software developer salaries average $102,280 per year. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.)
Projected job growth for software developers through 2024. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.)
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Degree Benefits

There are many advantages to studying computer engineering technology at Cal U:

  • Small class sizes and individualized attention from highly qualified faculty.
  • State-of-the-art laboratory facilities and equipment.
  • A hands-on experiential approach to education.
  • A broad range of career-oriented courses that give you an understanding of key technological, scientific and mathematical concepts.
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Graduate Outcomes

As the economy becomes increasingly high-tech, the demand for computer engineering technology graduates is rising. Cal U's computer engineering technology bachelor's degree program will qualify you for well-paying engineering technologist positions in a range of industries from aerospace to communications and beyond. Career opportunities are diverse and plentiful in the areas of:

  • Software development/software engineering.
  • Hardware systems design.
  • Microcomputer/microcontroller system designs.
  • Computer
  • Product sales and marketing.
 Computer Engineering Technology Bachelor's Degree
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Computer Engineering Technology Labs

Cal U has four state-of-the-art computer engineering technology laboratories, including:

  • Labs with high-quality instrumentation packages appropriate for beginning students.
  • Laboratories with a more advanced set of instrumentation devices.
  • A dedicated senior projects lab.
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Engineering Technology Club

Conduct experiments, go on industrial tours, participate in technology competitions and more by joining Cal U's Engineering Technology Club (ETC). A student-run club for electrical and computer engineering technology majors and enthusiasts, ETC is registered with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

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Compare Cal U's computer engineering technology with other computer-focused technology programs at Cal U, including computer information systems, computer science and information technology.

Bachelor's Degree Courses

Cal U's computer engineering technology courses offer you a strong blend of theoretical and practical concepts in electrical engineering technology, software engineering technology, hardware engineering technology, mathematics, computer science, natural science and general education.

Example Courses
  • Problem Solving and Program Constructs
  • Introduction to Engineering Technology
  • Computer Programming
  • Electrical Circuts
  • Calculus
  • Introduction to Microporccessor Design
  • Data Structures
  • College Physics
  • Operating Systems
  • Computer Networking

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Computer Engineering Technology Faculty

Dr. Anthony S. Pyzdrowski

Ghassan A. Salim
Assistant Professor

Jeffrey S. Sumey
Associate Professor