Computer Engineering Undergraduate Handbook

| November 25, 2015

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This Handbook provides program information specifically for the undergraduate computer engineering major. It should be used as a supplement to the College of Engineering Undergraduate Programs Guide that is available online. The information in this Handbook pertains to students who entered or will be entering the major in summer 2015, fall 2015, or spring 2016 (2015 program year). Students entering the major in an earlier year should refer to the appropriate earlier version of the Handbook.

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