Students interested in solving problems and discovering how devices work can consider a career in computer technology. Computer engineers design and build computers and digital systems of all sizes:
Large systems - which predict the weather, recreate physical systems and environments (virtual reality), serve banks and book airline tickets; Tiny computers - that are inside cars, household appliances, CD players and cell phones Personal computers are used in offices and homes everywhere.
Computer engineers also develop and implement programs that control these computers.
A computer engineering program strikes a balance between theory and practice, and prepares graduates for a career start and / or further research. Engineering design emphasizes the focus of the entire curriculum. The main design projects over the past year take into account: creativity, taking into account economic and social factors and the application of systematic design processes.
(acceptance of documents ends in July)
After the 2nd year, students choose a learning model:
(4 + 0) - one or two semesters in the USA San Diego with the rest of the time in Georgia2 + 2 model, according to which students will spend 2 years at a Georgian university and the last 2 years at the University of San Diego, USA3 + 1, according to which 3 years student studying in Georgia and graduating from a university in San Diego.
Under the 4 + 0 scheme, students pay the course according to the SDSU-Georgia rates of $ 13,000. For training 2 + 2 or 3 + 1, payment in SDSU-US is $ 37,000 per year.
* $ 55 is additionally paid for the consideration of documents when applying and training materials (in the learning process)