Become a Leader in Growing Computer Engineering Careers
The University of Delaware’s electrical and computer engineering department is one of the oldest and most innovative in the U.S. and offers you several career benefits.
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Graduate Career-Ready: Our computer engineering courses combine the latest research with real-world application, so you’ll graduate ready to advance with a wide range of employers.
Gain Unique Perspective: One of the first online programs of its kind, UD’s computer engineering master’s degree applies advanced information processing concepts through a cybersecurity lens.
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Succeed in Computer Engineering Careers that Earn Over $100K
Computer and Information Research Scientist1 $126,830 per year
Computer Network Architect2 $116,780 per year
Software Developer/Engineer3 $110,140 per year
Information Security Analyst4 $103,590 per year
Fill Crucial, Rewarding Roles in the Field
Your comprehensive knowledge base and unique skills set from UD’s online master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering will qualify you for competitive opportunities.
In addition to the positions listed above, potential job titles could include:
- Computer or design engineer
- Cybersecurity specialist
- Electrical engineer
- Hardware engineer
- Network systems administrator
- R&D engineer
Computer Engineering Career Outlook
- Computer and information technology occupations are projected to add over 531,200 new jobs in the U.S. through 2029.5
- The median annual wage for computer and information technology occupations was $91,250 in 2020.5
- The overall employment of information security analysts is expected to grow 31% by 2029.4
- Information security analysts with experience in computer systems design and related services will experience an astounding 56% employment growth by 2029.4
As a UD Online student, you’ll gain access to all available student and career services from the University of Delaware.
Skills You’ll Gain
- Advanced cybersecurity strategies
- Applied cryptography
- Digital signal processing and communications
- Modern machine learning methodologies
- Search engine technologies
- Smart Grid applications
- Theory and applications of digital communications