Master of Science Degree Program in Computer Engineering
MS degree program in Computer Engineering gives opportunity to qualified students from various academic disciplines for further education at the advanced level in Computer Engineering. Graduate students may specialize in Computer Graphics, Multimedia Systems and other areas of Computer Engineering.
In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants must have an adequate undergraduate preparation in computer science. Students entering the program without the appropriate background will be expected to take certain undergraduate courses as prerequisites.
The MS program requires 39 graduate credits, including 6 credits for the research-oriented Master's thesis.
- Communication Skills
- Computer Skills
Computer Engineering Prerequisites
- Operating Systems
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Computer Graphics
- Knowledge Engineering
- Advanced Computer Graphics
- Multimedia Systems
- Software Engineering Systems
- Operations Management
- Six graduate elective courses on Major 18
Note: The School may also offer alternative courses to those listed above.