California Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in California
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in California:
27
Undergraduate Programs:
27
Graduate Programs:
25
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
24
Average Classroom Size:
21 Students
Largest School:
University of California-Los Angeles
(42,057 Students)

If you want to become a computer engineer, there are 27 schools in California that can help you reach your goal. Only one of these schools has an Associate's degree program and 26 schools have Bachelor's degree programs. There are also 26 schools that offer Master's degrees. There are 21 schools in California with doctoral degree options.

Different types of degrees can help you reach different career goals. If you are still trying to figure out if engineering is right for you, you may want to start with an Associate's degree. This degree includes 60 credits and generally takes two years to complete. Many schools let you transfer these credits to a Bachelor's degree.

A Bachelor's degree includes 120 credits, which usually takes between four and five years to complete. Some of the courses you may take at this level include Digital Systems, Computer Organization, and Assembly Language.

If you want to teach or research in this field, you can look into earning a Master's degree or PhD. A Master's degree includes 30 credits and generally takes two years to earn. A PhD includes a thesis, so the average program length is seven years.

Since there are so many engineering schools in California, there are a wide range of tuition costs. In general, the average cost for residents is about $3000. If you are not a resident of California, the average tuition cost is $7500.

You may be able to pay less for school by applying for grants and scholarships. You can begin your scholarship search with the American Council of Engineering Companies California. This group awards scholarships of up to $7500 to California students. You can also look into scholarships offered by the California Transportation Foundation. You may be able to earn scholarships of up to $2000.

Before you can begin working as a professional engineer in California, you must get your license from the Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists. Before you can get your license, you must successfully pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam. Upon passing this exam, you can submit your application with a $125 check to the board. Once your application is processed, you can receive your license in about four weeks.

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