Areas of Study

Computer Engineering

From software apps to microchips that power the latest smartphones, a computer engineer works behind the scenes to create the latest tech to make everyone’s lives easier. If you’re something of a computer whiz and have an eye for design, then you may consider studying computer engineering.

UTSA’s Computer Engineering Program

At UTSA, the B.S. in Computer Engineering will give you the broad engineering skills you’ll need to develop and manage digital systems. You’ll blend the disciplines of math, computer science and electrical engineering together as you learn about logic design, digital systems design, computer organization, microprocessor assembly programming and more. After you earn your degree, you’ll find career opportunities in designing and testing hardware like routers, microprocessors, motherboards and more. You’ll do all this in an effort to advance technology and make what was once a science fiction in the past, a new reality for today.

Career Resources

UTSA’s University Career Center offers several resources to help students identify and develop the global skills necessary to successfully pursue and achieve lifelong career goals.

Marketable Skills

Please note that there are additional admission requirements that need to be met in order to be admitted into this major. View all of UTSA’s specific admission requirements here.


Student Spotlight

Paul Hamilton ’17

Electrical and Computer Engineer Major

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