Idaho Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in Idaho
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in Idaho:
4
Undergraduate Programs:
4
Graduate Programs:
2
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
4
Average Classroom Size:
20 Students
Largest School:
Brigham Young University-Idaho
(30,025 Students)

Attending a computer engineering school in Idaho can prepare you for entry-level work in this exciting career. Idaho is home to four engineering schools, all of which offer online courses. Three schools have Associate's-level programs, and Bachelor's degree programs are available at three schools. Two schools offer Master's degrees and PhD programs.

If you want to see if computer engineering is the right field for you, you may want to start with an Associate's degree. Some of your 60 credits may transfer to a Bachelor's degree at a four-year institution. A Bachelor's degree requires the completion of 120 credits, which typically takes between four and five years. Some of the coursework you may take at this level includes Assembly Language, Algorithms, and Operating Systems.

You may be interested in earning a higher-level degree if you already have a Bachelor's degree in this field. A Master's degree includes 30 credits and generally takes two years on a full-time basis. A PhD includes the writing and defense of a thesis, so the average completion time for this degree is seven years.

Like many states in the Northwest, Idaho has many schools with affordable tuition costs. If you are a resident of Idaho, the average cost of tuition is $5200. If you are not a resident, the average cost of tuition is $8100.

Idaho has many scholarships that you may choose to apply for. You can apply for scholarships offered by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Idaho Scholarship. These scholarships are between 1000 and $5000, and multiple students win every year. If you are a female student, you can look into applying for the Southwest Idaho Section of the Society of Women Engineers Scholarship. These scholarships are worth $2000.

After you have graduated from your program of choice, the next step is getting your license from the Idaho Board of Licensure of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors. Before you can actually apply for your license, you must pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. Then, you can provide your test scores to the board and apply for your license. Once the board verifies that you have met their requirements, you can get your license.

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