3 Computer Engineering Tutors Found Near Ann Arbor, MI



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Bernard G.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Canton, MI 48187

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 92 ratings

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Computer Science Tutor

B.S. in computer science and an M.S. in Engineering Management. Topics included compiler design, operating system design, and hardware architectures. I have several years of professional education experience including training employees of an Fortune 20 enterprise on the use of computers. I have been involved with all facets of IT for over 25+ years. With an BS in Computer Science and a MS in Engineering Management I can help you "over the hump" in classes ranging from Intro to Programming, Computer Architecture and Logic, Algebra, Calculus, and Science. As part of a tutoring session w [more]


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Owen Y.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Will travel 5 miles

$80 per hour.

4.97 80 ratings

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Computer Science and Math Teacher and Tutor

I am a junior studying Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan's College of Engineering. I have taken many computer engineering courses including EECS 483 (Compiler Construction), EECS 373 (Design of Microprocessor-Based Systems), EECS 370 (Introduction to Computer Organization), and more. I received a B.S.E. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan's College of Engineering and currently work as a software developer for a trading company in Chicago. Throughout the past 5 years I have tutored many students in various computer, math, and science subjects, including Computer [more]


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Ralph W.

Computer Engineering Tutor

Mentor, OH 44060

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 93 ratings

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Learn from the Best, I'll do the rest!!!

I have 10 years experience in Engineering with 3 years focused on computer engineering. I understand Computer Engineering is focused on computing in all forms, from microprocessors to embedded computing devices to laptop and desktop systems to supercomputers. As such, it concerns the electrical engineering considerations of how microprocessors function, are designed, and are optimized; how data is communicated among electronic components; how integrated systems of electronic components are designed and how they operate to process instructions expressed in software; and how software is written, [more]