Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering

Drexel’s Computer Engineering undergraduate program applies principles of physics and mathematics to the design, implementation and analysis of computer and communication systems.  The discipline spans topics such as the design of digital systems, computer architecture, the design of microprocessors embedded in a larger system, computer networks and computer security.  Specializations include applications of computers in control systems, digital signal processing, telecommunications, power systems and very large scale integrations (VLSI) systems design.

The Computer Engineering minor is designed to provide students from other computer-intensive majors—such as computer science or other engineering majors—with a foundation of knowledge in the hardware portion of computer systems. The minor consists of a minimum of seven ECE courses resulting in 25 credits. There are four required courses and an additional 12 credits of elective courses.

Undergraduate

  • Undergraduate (BS)
  • Undergraduate Minor

Graduate

  • Master's (MS)
  • Doctorate (PhD)

Accelerated

  • BS/MS
Dr. Matthew Stamm conducts research on information forensics, seeking to determine when images are real, and more importantly, when they are not.

Stamm Lab Tackles Info Forensics

Dr. Matthew Stamm conducts research on information forensics, seeking to determine when images are real, and more importantly, when they are not.

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