Computer Engineering at UBC

| November 4, 2015

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Curious about what computer engineering is all about? In this video students and teachers talk about what they are doing in the labs and classrooms of the computer engineering program. One recent graduate summed it up like this, "Computer engineers get to invent the future."

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