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Freshman orientation4

  1. 1. Computer Engineering Commercialization and Innovation Prof Doug Lyon, dlyon@fairfield.edu ECE – The new Programs2.4 June 2012
  2. 2. The ECE 5 Year MS Program Proposal is “under consideration” 2 degrees in 5 years• Computer Engineering BS + ECE MS OR• Electrical Engineering BS + ECE MSCE and EE are ABET accredited
  3. 3. 5MB, 1975, $5000($20,000) 100MB, 1988, $250 RAMAC 305 5MB, 1956, $200,000 ($1.5mm) 100MB, 1992 64GB, 2012,$40 5GB, 1998,$100
  4. 4. Fulfilling Student Needs Simplified graduate school admission 10 Domain areas
  5. 5. Knowledge for a new age Technological Leadership Engineering Entrepreneurship Provides intellectual capital 13.6% in 25-34 age group has MS CT ranks 3rd in country
  6. 6. Cost Analysis financial advantages - $38k/yr (excluding r&b, full-time) Avg Salary by education level HS - $67k BS - $79k MS - $93k SRC: Dice.com(each degree worth 17%). Work for 40 years, earn an extra $1MM over a person with a HS degree, on AVG
  7. 7. CT, The Place to be:• The total gross state product for 2010 was $237 billion.• The per capita income for 2007 was $54,117, ranking first among the states.• Computer Engineers - $92k• Computer Programmers - $90k• Mechanical Engineers - $83k• Electrical Engineers - $82k• BLS.gov
  8. 8. For 2011, what’s the biggest concern you have about your career?• Keeping Skills Up-to-Date / Being Valuable to Employer 14%• Increased Outsourcing 5%• SRC: Dice.com• Dice Salary Survey was administered online with 19,798 employed technology professionals from the Dice community responding between August 31 and November 15, 2010.

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