Insight from an Intel Intern
Intel Corporation is one of the largest semiconductor chip manufacturers in the world. The Silicon Valley-based company is well-respected and many engineers would agree that working there would be a life-altering opportunity.
Gideon Secures a Future Career
If you have a passion for discovering how things work or you like finding creative solutions to problems, you may be just like Gideon Stowell, a student of Computer Engineering at Brigham Young University.
The Value of an Early Internship
Internships can play a valuable role in preparing for a career in engineering. For Sharisse Bevan, a junior in Electrical Engineering at Brigham Young University, landing a job as an intern at Vivint Smart Home offered her the opportunity to learn valuable skills on the job.
Quantum Computing Internship at Microsoft
It is safe to say that the world of academia is comfortable, or at least familiar, with Microsoft.
Electrical vs. Computer Engineering:
What's the difference?
There is no competition between the degree programs. They simply represent different emphases in your course of study.
The Electrical Engineering field focuses on electronic circuits, electromagnetics, optics, signal processing, semiconductors, and others.
The Computer Engineering program includes additional training in computer programming, computer architecture and organization, and networking.