Kentucky Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in Kentucky
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in Kentucky:
6
Undergraduate Programs:
6
Graduate Programs:
4
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
6
Average Classroom Size:
13 Students
Largest School:
University of Kentucky
(29,802 Students)

To get started on the path to becoming a computer engineer, you can attend one of the six engineering schools in Kentucky. Five of these schools offer Associate's degree programs and Bachelor's degree programs. If you want to earn a higher-level degree here, you can choose from four schools that provide Master's degrees and PhDs.

As part of your degree planning, you need to decide which degree you want to pursue. An Associate's degree is comprised of 60 credits, which you may be able to complete in two years. This degree can help you prepare for work at the Bachelor's-degree level. A Bachelor's degree takes four to five years, since you have to complete at least 120 credits. Required coursework at this level includes Introduction to Data Structures, Software Engineering, and Operating Systems.

If you earn a Master's degree or PhD, you may be eligible for a career in teaching or research. A Master's degree includes 30 credits of coursework, and if you attend school full-time, you may be able to complete in two years. To earn a PhD, you must write and defend a thesis. This process takes an average of seven years.

There is a wide range of tuition rates in Kentucky, but the average cost of tuition is $12,900. You may be able to lower your costs by applying for federal financial aid and financial aid provided by your school.

Kentucky has many different engineering scholarships you can apply for. Every year, one or two Kentucky students win the Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers Scholarship. You can also consider the many scholarships provided by the Kentucky Engineering Center. This organization funds a variety of scholarships in the engineering field.

In order to work as a computer engineer in Kentucky, you need to earn your license from the Kentucky Board of Engineers & Land Surveyors. The first step in this process is passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. After you have passed the exam and the board has verified your scores, you can fill out a license application. There are no fees required with your application. After your application has been received and approved, you can look forward to getting your license in the mail.

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