Online Computer Engineering Courses & Video Lectures

Computer engineering is a part of the Engineering and Technology course that deals with software and computers. It integrates different fields of computer and electronic engineering in order to develop computer software and hardware. The computer engineers are trained with both software and hardware related subjects so that they can understand and implement their knowledge in the real world too. The computer engineers have various opportunities when it comes to their career. The advancement in technology and the requirement of various software has paved a glorious path for computer engineers. From big MNCs to small startups, everyone is in need of a computer genius.

Computer engineering mainly deals with microcontrollers and processors, circuit designing, designing personal as well as supercomputers, etc. This stream completely focuses on providing knowledge about both software and hardware for students.

Key Areas of Focus

 

The computer engineering course focuses on

  • ·         Teaching about the various latest trends that are evolving in the technological world like IoT, AI, etc.
  • ·         Inculcating the knowledge of different programming languages
  • ·         Coding and creating a software
  • ·         Developing the database and maintaining them.

Eligibility Criteria

 

  • ·         Under Graduation (UG) - To pursue UG course in computer engineering, a person should have at least 50% marks or its equivalent CGPA in their 12th class.
  • ·         Post Graduation (PG) - In order to do Masters in computer engineering, a person should have 60% of marks or 6.5 of CPI in their Engineering and technology course.

Subjects in Computer Engineering


·         Semester 1

·         Semester 2

·         Semester 3

  • 1.       Engineering Mathematics 3
  • 2.       Digital Logic Design and Analysis
  • 3.       Data Structures
  • 4.       Electronic Circuits
  • 5.       Discrete Mathematics

·         Semester 4

  • 1.       Engineering Mathematics 4
  • 2.       Computer Organization and Architecture
  • 3.       Analysis of Algorithms
  • 4.       Computer Graphics
  • 5.       Operating System

·         Semester 5

  • 1.       Structural Analysis
  • 2.       Microprocessors
  • 3.       Database Management System
  • 4.       Theory of Computer Science

·         Semester 6

  • 1.       Software Engineering
  • 2.       Data Warehousing and Mining
  • 3.       System Programming and Compiler Construction
  • 4.       Cryptography and System Security

·         Semester 7

·         Semester 8

  • 1.       Distributed Computing
  • 2.       Human Machine Interaction

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