Computer Science & Engineering is the branch of engineering which incorporates elements from both electrical engineering and computer science with an emphasis on their application in designing and developing modern computers and computer based systems. The processing powers of computers has enhanced rapidly over the past few decades and will continue to do so in the future. Computer engineers are
not only designing and developing computers (personal computers, mobile computers and super computers)
but also computer based systems that are used in virtually all modes of transport today, computer based smart appliances for house hold and industrial use and many other smart products that have become essential in our lives today.
Job Prospects and Career Options
With the proliferation of higher technology product, a greater amount of processing will be undertaken by the embedded hardware itself rather than external soft ware loaded onto the hardware. The job potential for a computer engineer will only grow in the near future as appliances, mobile devices and miniature personal computing devices will embed processing technology and systems that make our lives easier – engineers can look for careers with manufacturers of mobile smart phones, mobile entertainment devices and smart household appliances. Their expertise will also be required for multimedia devices and gaming platforms as well as high technology security solutions. Graduates can seek employment as System programmers, system designers, system analyst and network engineers amongst a host of inter-related support services for embedded technology across industrial applications.
Computer Architecture, Discrete Structures, Digital Circuits & Logic Design, Data Structures, Object Oriented Programming using C++, Operating Systems, Mathematics -III, Computer Networks-I, Microprocessor & Assembly Language Programming, System Programming etc.