In early 2011, the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE/CS) created the CE2004 Review Task Force (RTF) and charged it with the task of reviewing and determining the extent to which the document "Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programs in Computer Engineering," produced 2004 December 12 and known as CE2004  required revisions. The RTF… (More)
— The audience will discuss the current state of the effort to update the 2004 document titled " Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Degree Programs in Computer Engineering, " also known as CE2004. The presenters represent the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS), which are leading the effort. They will engage participants on ways of improving… (More)
– A freshman-first Computer Engineering curriculum replaced a more conventional curriculum at the Milwaukee School of Engineering in academic year 2006-2007. The new curriculum was designed around two key principles: topical balance and freshman-first. The result is a curriculum that balances the core computer engineering topics throughout all four academic… (More)
Requirements Engineering (RE) is the process of determining, analyzing, documenting, validating, and maintaining the services and constraints of the systems that need to be designed. Because of the high importance of RE in the design of software systems, the need to expose students to RE in the undergraduate Software Engineering and CS curricula is getting… (More)
Computer engineering programs must keep pace with rapid advances in the field to ensure that their graduates are prepared for practice.
T he CE2016 Steering Committee, composed of representatives from academia and industry and jointly funded by ACM and the IEEE Computer Society, is charged with updating the 2004 report on curriculum guidelines for undergraduate degree programs in computer engineering . The 2004 curriculum guidelines divide the computer engineering Body of Knowledge (BoK)… (More)