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Master of Science in Computer Engineering

Master of Science in Computer Engineering

  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
The computer engineering curriculum is designed to: (1) address the needs of students with a variety of different backgrounds; (2) ensure that graduates will have adequate knowledge and skills in at least one area of specialization; (3) meet the immediate needs of working students as well as to adequately prepare full-time students for a real-world technological environment; and (4) equip students with tools to grasp and develop new technologies and trends. The Master of Science in Computer Engineering degree requires a minimum of 45.0 approved credits chosen in accordance with a plan of study arranged in consultation with the student's advisor and the departmental graduate advisor. Up to but not exceeding 9.0 research/thesis credits may be taken by students who choose to write a master's thesis. Students who elect a non-thesis option are also encouraged to engage in research, by registering for supervised research credits (not to exceed 9.0 credits).