Indiana Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in Indiana
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in Indiana:
13
Undergraduate Programs:
13
Graduate Programs:
13
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
12
Average Classroom Size:
16 Students
Largest School:
Purdue University-Main Campus
(44,267 Students)

If you want to become a computer engineer, there are 13 schools in Indiana that can help you reach this goal. There are ten schools with Associate's degree programs and all 13 schools have Bachelor's-level programs. All 13 schools have Master's degree programs and seven schools offer PhD degrees.

To get started, you have to choose whether you want to earn an Associate's degree or a Bachelor's degree. An Associate's degree only takes two years, compared to the four years you need for a Bachelor's degree. However, you need at least a Bachelor's degree to become a licensed engineer. An Associate's degree requires 60 credits, while a Bachelor's degree requires 120 credits. Some of the courses you may take as an undergraduate student include Digital Systems Design, Computer Architecture, and Network Analysis.

A Master's degree or PhD can help you start a career in teaching or research. A Master's degree requires the completion of 30 credits, which you may be able to complete in two years if you attend school full-time. To earn a PhD, you must write and defend a thesis. This takes, on average, seven years.

Across all colleges and universities, the average cost of tuition in Indiana is $14,100. Tuition costs tend to be lower at public colleges and two-year colleges. In addition, you may be able to lower your educational costs by applying for financial aid.

There are many scholarship opportunities in Indiana. You can start with the Indiana Society of Professional Engineers, which gives multiple scholarships every school year. The Indiana Department of Transportation also awards scholarships to engineering students every year, based on financial need and academic merit.

Before you can begin working as an engineer in Indiana, you have to earn your license from the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency. This involves passing a background check, passing a state-required engineering exam, and finally submitting your application. Your license must be renewed every two years, and you must renew before the expiration date in order to keep your license active.

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