Reach your full potential in the field of engineering and realize the future you envision with an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from California State University, East Bay. As a graduate of the Bay Area's latest engineering degree program, you'll qualify yourself for a high potential career in designing and building semiconductor hardware and software systems. Computer engineers are involved in all aspects of computing, from the design of individual microprocessors, personal computers, and supercomputers, to circuit design, as well as the integration of computer systems into other kinds of systems (a motor vehicle, for example, has a number of subsystems that are computer oriented). Common computer engineering tasks include writing embedded software for real-time microcontrollers, working with sensors, designing mixed signal circuit boards, and designing operating systems.The Computer Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 415 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, Telephone: (410) 347-7700.
Reach your full potential in the field of engineering - and realize the future you envision - with an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from California State University, East Bay (CSUEB). As a graduate of the San Francisco Bay Area's newest accredited engineering degree program you'll be qualifying yourself for a high-potential career designing, building, and managing state-of-the-art manufacturing and service systems. Industrial Engineers serve an essential need in today's technical society. As the interface between humans and technology, industrial engineers work to improve the quality and efficiency of the production of goods and services. The depth and caliber of academic preparation required to excel in this field is embodied in CSUEB's Industrial Engineering curriculum. The Industrial Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 415 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, Telephone: (410) 347-7700.
The California State University, East Bay School of Engineering, in cooperation with the College of Business and Economics, provides an interdisciplinary master's of science degree in Engineering Management. The curriculum is distinctive in that it provides a blend of qualitative management and quantitative industrial engineering skills. Courses are offered in engineering, business, computer science and statistics. Students gain theoretical and practical training in how to plan, organize, allocate resources, and direct and control activities that have technological components.
The goals of the B.S. degree in Construction Management are to prepare effective managers for public and private construction projects, to prepare the workforce required for the expected increase in the State's transportation infrastructure improvements, and to enable high school graduates, transfer students and working professionals to assume leadership roles in the construction industry. Special attention is given to working professionals with classes offered mainly at times convenient to students.
The California State University, East Bay School of Engineering, in cooperation with the College of Business and Economics, provides an interdisciplinary master's of science degree in Construction Management. The curriculum is unique in that it was developed through extensive discussions with experts from major construction companies and governmental agencies. The curriculum is designed to train professionals ready for managing large construction projects. To accommodate working professionals, the program will use a hybrid mix of on-line and in-class formats of instruction. The classes will be held at times convenient to students.
Note: In addition to the information submitted to the University for admission to the Masters of Science in Engineering Management and Construction Management program, please send to the Engineering Department a paper copy of your electronic application, a copy of transcripts and copies of any other supplemental material.