I've been looking around for collage's recently as a High School graduate, trying to find a collage that would have really good classes for a computer hardware engineer job, and a collage that would preferably prepare me for a career straight of of collage and not for a graduate school. Any great collage's come to mind???
I have a burning passion for computers and how they work. What I want to do is help make processors and help design computer parts and stuff for big companies(AMD, INTEL), create revolutionary electronics like Steve Jobs and more. (ALOT I KNOW)
I'm just wondering, is being a computer hardware engineer right for me? Also, what is a good college for engineering? (I love in GA).
I also accel in math, economics, and science at school!
What's the difference from a Computer hardware engineer and a computer software engineer?
or are they both the same careers? if not...then what's the diffference? and which would be the easier job and have better pay?
I'm planning on acquiring my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Hardware Engineering, and was wondering if there were any corporations or any businesses that would offer jobs that require this degree. Can you give we a business, as well as the job name? Thanks! ^_^
My top two schools right now are Mizzou, and SLU (St. Louis University). Are either of those good schools to gain experience, so I can find a job in computer hardware engineering?
All that i want to know is that what are the job responsibiliest of computer hardware engineers who are employed to maintain the systems of a company.If suppose a Motherboard,harddisk,SMPS,etc fails to fucntion,then does the engineer have to repair it manually in the company or does he has to get it repair from somewhere outside.And if he has to get it repair from outside then it can be done by any person.Then what is the job of the engineer only to get it repair from outside?
When I get older, I want to work with computers. I have looked around and decided that I may want to be computer hardware engineer. I have a question though, does it pay good?
What if a motherboard or Cd-Rom etc breaks down.Do the engineer have to repair it manually or does he gives it outside for reparing.Also i would like to know more about the job of a computer hardware engineer.
So I was looking up the computer engineer job on several websites say the same thing:"It requires a strong backround in math." If this is even true, what type of math is needed? Ive already built 3 computers, I know how most of the parts work, and I didnt use any math. So is math really needed for a computer engineer position?
P.S: I want answers from people who are certain of what there talking about, people who have built computers, or people who work for computer companies, I dont want some random person saying:"YEAH YOU NEED MATH DURP." Also please tell me what type of math is required!
Will the fact that the "use of foreign computer hardware engineering services also will serve to limit job growth" be a mojor obstacle?
Do all computer hardware engineers do electrical engineering?does a major in computer engineering exist?
One day I would like to join the USAF one day and I would like to engineer computer hardware for the military somehow because I know there are engineers and scientists in the Air Force. What kind of jobs in the USAF let you engineer computer hardware.
Hi, I'm currently 14, and i have strong interest computers (coding and putting them together) I'm planning on being either a computer hardware engineer, or a computer software engineer and i was thinking "could i be both?" would i be able to do it? or would it be to difficult? thank you~!
Computer Hardware Engineer
I love Science and I'm okay at math but I'd be willing to try really hard to get to where I need to be.
Which has the highest pay?
Which is the most in demand?
I live in Virginia and plan to stay on the east coast for my whole life.
Which type of engineer has the highest starting salary?
Which type of engineer comes out of college the quickest?
Which has the best job market?
I know there are more than one computer engineer in the military but what kind of engineering jobs deal with things such as your everyday computer to a supercomputer (the hardware of computers in general). I would like to join the USAF one day and do something like this.
I really do not want to waste more time and money in graduate school, I just want to finish undergrad and get it over with. Do I really need a masters or phd to be a computer hardware engineer, or will a bachelors degree and some certificates do? What type of work can I do, and how will my salary look with just a bachelors degree?
You see, I want to go into something that relates to computer hardware like fixing and building them. Once I finish college I want to go into the Computer Engineering field. For now though I want to know if there is any chance for me to get a job in fixing or building them as a first year college student.
I need to know now, so that I can make the right decisions for in later life...
I think I want to go into Computer Hardware Engineering so if anybody could tell me what qualifications I need for that inparticular that would be good :D
Oh! And one more question, is computer/game console/mp3 player modding legal? You know when they put an iPod (for example) into another 'case.'
Computer Science vs Software Engineering
Computer Engineering vs Computer Hardware Engineering
in terms of what I'd be learning about in college and what kind of job I'd be doing/what I'd be doing in a job afterwards
Thanks in advance
Does math have any relation with computer hardware? Do you need to be good at math to create hardware?