Graduates will be successful in the professional practice of computer engineering and related fields. They will obtain employment in fields appropriate to their education, will be entrepreneurs, will explore less traditional career paths e.g., business, law, medicine, public policy, etc.
Graduates who are employed within engineering fields will demonstrate technical competence, such as identifying, formulating, analysing, and creating engineering solutions using appropriate current engineering techniques, skills, and tools.
Graduates will engage in life-long learning i.e., advanced education/degrees, professional development activities (e.g., informal interactions with colleagues, formal conferences, workshops, short courses, etc.), updating and adapting their core knowledge and abilities to compete in the ever changing global enterprise, developing new knowledge and skills to pursue new career opportunities.
As appropriate to their professional or educational positions, graduates will effectively communicate technical information in multiple formats, function effectively on teams, follow the principles of professional ethics and develop and apply computer engineering solutions within global, societal, and environmental contexts.