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Computer engineering curriculum in the new millenium

McGettrick, Andrew and Theys, Mitchell D. and Soldan, David L. and Srimani, Pradip K. (2003) Computer engineering curriculum in the new millenium. IEEE Transactions on Education, 46 (4). pp. 456-462. ISSN 0018-9359

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Abstract

Currently there is a joint activity (referred to as Computing Curricula 2001, shortened to CC2001) involving the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society, which is producing curriculum guidance for the broad area of computing. Within this activity, a volume on computer engineering is being developed. This volume addresses the important area of the design and development of computers and computer-based systems. Current curricula must be capable of evolving to meet the more immediate needs of students and industry. The purpose of this paper is to look at areas of future development in computer engineering in the next ten years (2013) and beyond and to consider the work of the Computer Engineering volume of CC2001 in this context.