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The major in computer engineering builds on foundations in physics, mathematics, computer science and basic electrical engineering principles. You will specialise in advanced computer systems, computer networking, and software engineering. A wide range of computer-oriented electives are also available, including studies in artificial intelligence and integrated circuit design. Computer-based tutorials are a feature of the course.

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Demand for computer engineering graduates is strong and you may pursue a career in embedded microprocessor systems, digital control systems, image processing, digital signal processing, tracking and surveillance, measurement and sensing, data processing systems, software engineering, biomedical engineering and power systems.

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