One of the best reasons to consider Shippensburg University is flexibility. The Computer Engineering program is part of a continuum of programs, including degree programs in:
- Applied mathematics
- Computer science
- Software engineering
- Computer engineering
- Applied physics
- Electrical engineering
If you choose to enter into one of these STEM programs, you will have the flexibility to change majors between these programs with relative ease. This can be important as our students' goals change.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering maintains its own set of computer labs specifically for its programs. The advanced computer lab houses 26 large, multi-core workstations, which are available for students to use to complete their projects. The computer research and development lab houses additional workstations, development boards, and testing equipment. The lab houses a variety of specialized equipment, including FPGA, SoC, and microcontroller boards that students may use in our labs, or check out for use outside of our lab resources. You will have access to:
- Rework stations
- Inspection microscopes
- Discrete components inventory
Students will also have access to nearly $300K worth of professional computer aided design packages and integrated development environments. Using our department's VPN, students can install these packages on their personal equipment and use any of our licenses on their personal computers.