North Dakota Computer Engineering Schools

Computer Engineering Schools in North Dakota
State Facts
Computer Engineering Schools in North Dakota:
1
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Graduate Programs:
1
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
1
Average Classroom Size:
19 Students
Largest School:
North Dakota State University-Main Campus
(16,935 Students)

Are you ready to start a new career in the field of computer engineering? If so, it all starts with a good education. There is one school in North Dakota with this degree. It is not offer an Associate's degree program. However, you can choose to earn a Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, or PhD here.

If you decide to earn a Bachelor's degree in North Dakota, you can expect to spend between four and five years in school. You have to complete 120 credits in engineering and general education courses. Some of the classes you may have to take include Systems Programming, Software Engineering, and Algorithms.

After earning your Bachelor's degree, you may decide to continue your education. A Master's degree includes 30 credits in advanced courses, which requires about two years of full-time study. A PhD includes writing and defending a thesis, which can take between five and seven years. As an advanced student, some of the classes you may have to take include Parallel Computer Architecture, Advanced Coding Theory, and Embedded Systems.

Tuition rates at North Dakota State University depend on a variety of factors. If you are a North Dakota resident, full-time tuition is approximately $3800. If you are a Minnesota resident, tuition is about $4150. If you are not a resident of either North Dakota or Minnesota, tuition is just over $9000.

There are several scholarship opportunities if you study in North Dakota. The Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute awards multiple scholarships to North Dakota students every year. The Al Golden Memorial Scholarship is awarded every year by the North Dakota Petroleum Council.

In order to work as an engineer in North Dakota, you must get your license from the North Dakota State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. You can contact them to set up a testing time. Once you pass your required engineering exam, you can apply for your license and begin working as an engineer.

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