Computer engineering is a branch of engineering concerned with the design, development, and application of computer systems. The Computer Engineering (CE) program at Kettering University focuses on embedded-computer systems, in which a computer chip, module, or circuit board is built into a larger product or system.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers both baccalaureate degree programs and minors in electrical engineering and computer engineering.
The bioinformatics program is a new degree program at Kettering; it has not yet graduated any students.
(The bioinformatics degree program has just recently been added to the Kettering catalog; our first set of enrolled students will begin study in 2012.)
General Education Courses
Kettering students benefit both monetarily and experientially by being employed by one of Kettering’s many co-op companies. Many of our majors are offered permanent employment by our co-op sponsors. Some decide to pursue graduate or medical school. Kettering students alternate between taking classes for 3 months and then they are off to work for 3 months giving them 2.5 years of work experience upon graduation.