TRU Science

Program Overview

Following two years of common engineering curriculum, students are able to complete their degree in computer engineering by completing discipline-specific upper-level years and two mandatory work terms.

Learn how to work efficiently on jobs related to computer engineering. The curriculum focuses on strong analytical, technical and professional skills development. Develop a strong foundation in computer engineering, mathematics, basic sciences, engineering sciences and humanities along with the understanding of the professional and ethical principles related to economic, cultural, legal or environmental issues in product development. You will recognize the need for and gain the ability to engage in continuing professional development.

We provide enhanced experiential learning with flexible options and a strong focus on student success. The coupling of mandatory work terms with the face-to-face learning opportunities provides you with relevant practical industrial experience.

Upon graduation, you will meet all of the educational requirements for registration as a professional engineer through the Association of Engineers and Geoscientists of BC. Up to 12 months of co-op work may count towards the work experience required for professional designation.