The hardware concentration applies computer science knowledge to the hardware that makes up computers today. Exploring the programming background prepares students for a greater depth in understanding computer hardware.
|EGR 212||Linear Circuits||3|
|CPE 303||Microprocessor Systems||3|
|CPE 304||Advanced Digital Logic||3|
|CPE 490||Embedded Systems||3|
|CSC 452||Computer Security||3|
|MAT 162||Calculus II (for math option)||+1|
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