Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering deal with the design, implementation, and management of information systems of both software & hardware processes. A computer scientist specializes in the theory of computation and design of computational systems. Computer Science engineering integrates several disciplines such as Information Technology, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Software Design, embedded system, etc. Computer engineers are mainly involved in the development of software and hardware systems of various aspects of computing. Engineers not only focus on how computers work but also integrate them into the larger schemes of things.
The program will contribute towards the advancement of Computational Technologies and prepare graduate students in the design, implementation, and analysis of computational systems and skilled in technical communication. Each of the courses in our curriculum is to help students achieve specific learning objectives. This program provides industry, business, or government with highly skilled resources and also provides support programs for students in engineering, mathematics, and other fields requiring computing skills. After successful completion of Computer Science and Engineering programs, the students will be able to exhibit expertise in problem-solving techniques using computers, achieve proficiency in programming languages, operating systems, networking, database Systems and system security, etc.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Roorkee College of Engineering, Roorkee was established in 2011. The Department provides an outstanding research environment complemented by excellence in teaching. Ever since its inception, the department has been a pioneering academic centre for higher education, research, and innovation in the key areas of Computer Science. The vision of the department is to augment India’s excellence in the world of Computer Science and Engineering.
Scope According to the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, employment for computer engineers is projected to grow by 17 percent from 2014 to 2024.