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Computer Engineers, or as they are also called software engineers, develop, test, and evaluate software. They also design new operating systems or various applications, or even computer games. Computer Engineers are involved in many hardware and software aspects of computing, designing microprocessors, microcontrollers, personal computers, and circuit design. In many companies, Computer Engineers also construct and manage their computer systems and, if something goes wrong with them, supply technical support and mend them.
Anyone who is considering the profession of the Computer Engineer should understand that it is, in effect, a combination of electrical engineering and computer science. It is concerned both with the utilization and design of computers. This means that Computer Engineers match efficient digital devices and software and, in so doing, strive to meet scientific and technological requirements of the industry.
To be employed as a Computer Engineer, you should have either bachelor or masters university degree. Most commonly, people working in this occupation receive a degree in software engineering or computer science. Most universities offer these disciplines as a sub-discipline of electrical engineering. Some of them offer a dual degree in both electrical and computer engineering. During their studies towards the degree, university students take courses in science, mathematics, and humanities. They also develop good writing and communication skills on such courses as Technical Writing and Critical Thinking. The university degree in computer engineering may also include training in designing digital and microcomputer applications, digital signal and image processing, telecommunications, computer architecture, and electromagnetic compatibility. Other subjects that students take include but not limited to embedded system design, operating systems, and digital system design.
But it is important to emphasize that however many courses students take while studying for their degree, their knowledge is always insufficient, because the field of computer engineering is constantly growing. Even if applicants hold master’s degree in software engineering or computer science, they are advised to continue their education by taking additional university or online courses. They need always sharpen their skills and knowledge if they want to build a successful career in the field of computer engineering. Some employers will also require their employees to have a certificate of a Professional Engineer (PE). To advance in your career, you will also need to belong to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society.
To be an outstanding Computer Engineer and become employed in the company of your choice, you need to possess the following skills:
Computer Engineers’ salary depends on their education, working experience, and the company for which they work. Newly graduate Computer Engineers with a bachelor’s degree usually earns from US$45,000 to US$75,000. The salary of the Computer Engineer with a master’s degree and at least five years of experience ranges from US$77,000 to US$108,000. Engineers with master’s degree or doctorate and more than 15 years of experience on average make from US$102,00 to $155,000.
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