The School of Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering that can be attained by transferring credits earned in an information technology associate’s degree program (60 credit-hours) and completing the remaining prescribed major courses (additional 63 credit-hours) for a total of 123 semester-credit-hours.
Students may complete all 123 semester-credit-hours by combining core courses (105 semester-credit-hours) and prescribed major courses of a specific engineering concentration (18 semester-credit-hours). Students can either major in Software Engineering or Network Engineering.
Many graduates continue their education through the Masters in Computer Engineering program at Atlantis University. There is also a combined B.S./M.S. program that enables eligible undergraduates to complete both degrees sooner and more quickly enter the workforce.