Your program should be discredited. The only thing an EE might have, understanding wise, over a CSCI would be basic electrical theory; which is covered in Physics and should have been part of your CSCI curriculum. As the only CSCI in an engineering firm almost entirely comprised of EE's, you might be surprised at just how little they actually understand.
My CSCI program covered everything from theory (basic logic, Karnaugh maps, finite state automata, etc.) to designing a simple computer (processor, memory, storage, etc.) using Verilog. We then modeled/emulated our computers and built compilers for them in a later course. Then, in another course, we built an OS with that compiler which ran on our emulator.
If you think knowing Kirchhoff's circuit laws somehow makes your understanding of a computer greater, then you are sadly misinformed.