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- The average starting salary for all new bachelor’s computer engineering graduates is $62,700, according to PayScale's 2012-13 report..
- Our graduates have found positions with companies such as Intel, IBM, Duke Energy, Microsoft, Texas Instruments and SPAWAR.
- ECE partners with the Clemson University Research Foundation and the Spiro Institute to provide education for students looking to be future entrepreneurs.
- Some graduates have gone on to study at MIT, Stanford, Berkeley and Georgia Tech.
From designing computer software to developing a child’s toy, computer engineers’ work is far ranging, complex and collaborative. With each class you take, we’ll teach you how to tackle problems and challenges that integrate computer capability and help create new, state-of-the-art products. This program has a strong foundation of math, computer science and the physical sciences, and you’ll delve into the inner workings of computers with a course of study that gives you an in-depth, hands-on look at computers of all sizes — micro, mini and large. Just as important, you’ll learn the business implication of your future work and how to communicate ideas and innovations to a wide range of people.