Do you want to learn how to design the next generation of embedded computer systems?

If you are an undergraduate Engineering student, then consider the Computer Engineering Minor as part of your bachelor’s degree program.

The program focuses on embedded computer systems, in which a computer chip, module or circuit board is built into a larger product or system, such as a mobile phone, GPS device, hybrid and electric vehicle drive systems, autonomous vehicles, medical diagnostic devices and manufacturing systems.

This minor requires a total of 32 credit hours in the areas of digitals, microcomputers, algorithms, circuits, electronics, embedded systems, networks and operating systems.

While the demand for computer hardware engineers is expected to slow slightly, the median salary is approaching $120,000, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The program in Computer Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Why Kettering?

  • You want to be at the forefront of computer systems that drive everything from electric cars to mobile phones.
  • Computer Engineering students will have labs in digitals, microcomputers and computer networks. Advanced course options will find the student in labs like advanced logic systems and haptics.
  • Our faculty perform research in Wireless Sensor Networks, Wearables Electronics, IoT Applications, Healthcare Technology, Autonomous Driving, Driver Awareness System, Mobile Robotics and Machine Learning.