College of Computing, Engineering & Construction Overview
The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction (CCEC) prepares students for professional responsibilities and creative achievement in the fields of Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Science, Information Technology, Electrical, Mechanical, and Civil Engineering and Construction Management.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
The College of Computing, Engineering and Construction offers:
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
- Bachelor of Science in Information Science
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Building Construction
Graduate Degree Programs
Graduate degrees offered are:
- Master of Science in Computing and Information Sciences - with concentrations in Computer Science, Information Systems, and Software Engineering
- Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
- Master of Science in Civil Engineering
- Master of Science in Port and Coastal Engineering
- Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Certificate Program
- Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Informatics in collaboration with Coggin College of Business and Brook's College of Health.
The College also collaborates with the Coggin College of Business to support an M.B.A. concentration in Construction Management. See Construction Management Advisor for details.
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The undergraduate computer science, information systems, information science, and information technology programs are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET, http://www.abet.org . The undergraduate electrical engineering, civil engineering, and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET, http://www.abet.org. The undergraduate construction management program is accredited by both the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) and ABET under the Applied Science Accreditation Committee (ASAC).
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mission of the College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction is to
provide its students with the highest quality education and professional
experiences, to achieve excellence in its teaching, scholarship and service,
and to continually enhance its programs through interactions with professional
constituents in the community.
The College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction
aspires to be nationally known for its outstanding degree programs, scholarship
and service and seeks to contribute significantly to the economic vitality of
the Northeast Florida region, the State and the Nation.
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The College seeks to develop students with the technical,
communications, and leadership abilities needed to navigate the challenges of
the new knowledge-based economy and build a successful and prosperous future
while developing a sense of community responsibility and global awareness. The
faculty, staff and administration are committed to acting with integrity and
employing ethical behavior in all of our dealings. The College strives to
provide education that prepares our students to make significant contributions
to their chosen professions, the northeast Florida region and beyond in an
environment where each student is respected, valued and engaged..
Transformational Learning Opportunities
Transformation Learning Opportunities (TLO) are available for a variety of enriching experiences while pursuing a degree at UNF, including but not limited to, directed independent research, cooperative experiences, study abroad opportunities, and internships. With prior approval, some of these may also be used for academic credit.
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Laboratory and Computing Facilities
The general campus computing environment, including wireless Internet access, email systems, general purpose student computer labs, most technology-enhanced classrooms, and central business systems is maintained by UNF Information Technology Services.
Specialized and advanced computing, engineering, and construction management laboratories housed within the College extend general campus computing services by adding advanced facilities supporting the wide range of research and instruction that characterizes the College’s degree programs.
The School of Computing (SoC) advanced laboratories are configured specifically to support upper-level and graduate instruction and research in robotics, data analytics, software development, mobile computing, cybersecurity, and communications/networking, utilizing Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems environments. Courses in the School of Engineering (SoE) are supported by specialized laboratories, which are equipped with advanced computer systems, manufacturing machines, engineering instrumentation, and specialized software. These laboratories provide flexible environments suited for class work, senior design, and research projects.
The Construction Management program uses computing and materials laboratories designed to support and enhance the curriculum, capstone projects, and construction materials research. As a result of a general donation from the W.W. Gay Company, the Construction Management Department has a state-of-the-art electrical/mechanical laboratory for their programs. The facility includes 6 electrical training modules, 6 plumbing modules, and 30 psychrometers. The facility allows the Construction students to experience first-hand installation and design of residential-scale electrical and plumbing systems. Commercial scale mechanical systems (HVAC) are included for student-demonstrations.
The computing environments maintained by the College make use of the University’s high-speed data network and Florida Lambda Rail, a high-speed, low-latency research network connecting the State’s universities and research institutions.
In addition to UNF laboratories, the college has partnered with Johnson and Johnson to establish a state-of-the-art 3D printing research and development laboratory that is available for classes and research projects.
Materials Science and Engineering Research Facility (MSERF): MSERF is a multi-user research center in the College of Computing Engineering and Construction that is dedicated to materials property characterization. The electron microscopes and various other testing methods housed in MSERF support research efforts in materials science and manufacturing processes for faculty across the disciplines of engineering, physics, chemistry and biology. The state of the art facility is specially designed and built to provide optimal equipment performance and resolution down to the nano-scale.
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