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Computer Engineering ranking
1. Computer Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
2. Computer Engineering, University of California, Berkeley;
3. Computer Engineering, Stanford University;
4. Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign;
5. Computer Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University;
6. Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology;
7. Computer Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor;
8. California Institute of Technology, Computer Engineering;
9. Computer Engineering, Cornell University;
10. University of Texas at Austin, Computer Engineering.
Computer Engineering (English: Computer Engineering, CE for short), is an interdisciplinary subject of computer and engineering, focusing on the design and development of computer software and hardware, testing, the main goal is to design and implement computer systems, including microprocessor, microcontroller, computer, computer circuit design, etc. According to different application fields, computer engineering can be divided into communication and wireless network, embedded system, integrated circuit design, signal processing, computer system, computer network distributed system, computer operating system, software information security, etc.
Computer Engineering is set under the School of Engineering, usually in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering. Some schools will also have the distinction of Master of Science(MS) and Master of Engineering(MEng). The difference mainly lies in the requirements of students' background and future development direction: Students with engineering background can choose either one, while students with non-engineering background generally choose MS. MS for those who want to pursue academic development, MEng for those who want to get a job directly. The length of CE is usually 1-2 years. The courses involved include: computer network, computer structure, operating system, embedded system, etc.
Computer engineering generally requires applicants to have engineering, mathematics, physics and other science and engineering background, requires a GRE test, and values the ability of students to use computer technology.
In terms of employment, most CE graduates will work in telecommunications, communications, aerospace and other fields, including web designers, web programmers, software development engineers, robotics engineers, technicians, network engineers, computer system analysts, etc.