Georgia Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in Georgia
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in Georgia:
10
Undergraduate Programs:
10
Graduate Programs:
5
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
6
Average Classroom Size:
20 Students
Largest School:
University of Georgia
(38,837 Students)

If you want to become a computer engineer, you can start by attending one of 10 schools in Georgia. Six schools have Associate's-level programs, while seven schools have Bachelor's degree programs. Master's degrees are offered at five schools, and there are three doctorate programs in the state. There is also one school with a certificate program.

Earning an Associate's degree requires the completion of 60 credits. If you attend school full-time, you should be able to graduate in about two years. A Bachelor's degree takes most students four to five years, as you have to complete 120 to 130 credits. Some of the courses that you may take as an undergraduate student include Network Analysis, Digital Systems Design, and Assembly Language.

A Master's degree or PhD may be the next step for you if you want a career in teaching or research. A Master's degree, which includes courses like Digital Communication and Parallel Computer Architecture, may take you as little as two years if you attend school full-time. A PhD requires many of the same courses, but you also have to write a thesis. A PhD takes an average of seven years.

While tuition costs vary significantly between schools and degree programs, the average cost of tuition in Georgia is about $12,000. You may be able to save money by applying for federal and school financial aid.

There are many different scholarship opportunities in Georgia. The Georgia Society of Professional Engineers awards scholarships every year to promising, dedicated engineering students. Most of these scholarships are worth $1000. The Georgia Engineering Foundation awards scholarships of up to $5000.

In order to work as a professional engineer in Georgia, you have to get your license from the Georgia Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Before you can earn your license, you have to take the required Fundamentals of Engineering exam. If you successfully pass the exam, you can fill out a thorough application that includes information on your education and experience. Once your application is approved, you can look forward to receiving your license in the mail.

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