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In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Studies in engineering and technology prepare you for the technologically oriented workforce of today.

Members of the workforce with engineering and technology training are sought out by many industries including medical research and computer software development.

 

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Master of Business Analytics

Iowa State University College of Business
Campus 21 months September 2017 USA Ames

The Master of Business Analytics is an interdisciplinary graduate program that addresses the challenges of dealing with data analytics and business intelligence in the “Big Data” environment. It was developed to meet the needs of today’s businesses and organizations facing intense global competition and constant technological disruptions. [+]

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The Master of Business Analytics is an interdisciplinary graduate program that addresses the challenges of dealing with data analytics and business intelligence in the “Big Data” environment. It was developed to meet the needs of today’s businesses and organizations facing intense global competition and constant technological disruptions. The digital revolution empowered by the Internet and computer networking technology during the last several decades has generated unimaginable amounts of data. The volume, velocity, and variety of this data have produced a new set of problems and challenges facing businesses and organizations. The Master of Business Analytics at Iowa State University is a unique, blended program offering both online and face-to-face education. The program draws from several of Iowa State’s leading educational fields in science and technology including Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Statistics, and Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering. This interdisciplinary program offers businesses the opportunity to develop managers who will master analytics in ways that lead to increased profits for their company. The program provides a foundation in data analytics, project management, statistical and predictive modeling, consumer sentiment analysis, knowledge discovery, analytical reporting, segmentation analysis, and data visualization. The program has a customized, capstone team project which allows for focused training in areas such as fraud detection, risk management, text mining, and process improvement. Students begin the 21 month program in the summer with a one-week, on campus business analytics overview course. Students revisit the campus at the midway point, and at the end of the program. The remainder of the coursework is delivered online. Students are encouraged to submit the complete application by July 1st because of limited enrollment. For more information, please contact busgrad@iastate.edu [-]

Master in Applied and Industrial Mathematics

Towson University - College of Business & Economics
Campus September 2017 USA Towson

Towson's Master of Science (MSc.) in applied and industrial mathematics (APIM) prepares you for high-demand careers in industry, government and academia. The APIM program emphasizes mathematical modeling, numerical computations, chaotic dynamics, queuing systems, financial systems and statistical analysis. [+]

Why Earn a Master's Degree in Applied and Industrial Mathematics? Towson's Master of Science in applied and industrial mathematics (APIM) prepares you for high-demand careers in industry, government and academia. The APIM program emphasizes mathematical modeling, numerical computations, chaotic dynamics, queuing systems, financial systems and statistical analysis. You will apply your knowledge outside of the classroom in a variety of research and internship opportunities. A Degree that Works The graduate program emphasizes numerical, algorithmic and computational problem-solving methods, and prepares you for careers in operations research, stochastic modeling, financial data analysis, statistics and more. The Applied and Industrial Mathematic Program offers two tracks. In the APIM you choose to focus your studies in either Differential Equations/Optimization or Applied Statistics/Mathematical Finance. If you prefer to study part-time you can take advantage of the program's flexible evening schedule. Advance Your Career Unlike most graduate programs in mathematics, Towson's applied master's gives you hands-on training through capstone coursework and required applied research projects. You will gain professional experience and learn to apply your skills in a two-term intern¬ship. Internship opportunities include projects in local industry or government and on-campus projects with faculty. Take the Lead With access to Towson's innovative Applied Mathematics Lab (AML), M.S. you gain leadership experience while working with undergraduates and faculty on research projects sponsored by corporations and government agencies. Past sponsors include Westinghouse Electrical Corporation, Citicorp of Maryland, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Bell Atlantic, the Science Application International Corporation and the National Institute of Justice. Application Deadline This program has rolling admissions - in order to ensure timely processing we recommend submitting your application by August 1 for fall admission, December 1 for spring admission, and May 1 for summer admission. While we will continue to accept applications and materials after these dates, we cannot guarantee that your application will be reviewed in time for the start of classes. Admission Requirements A baccalaureate degree in mathematics or a related field. The applicant's undergraduate training must have included at least three terms of calculus, a course in differential equations and a course in linear algebra. Students with any deficiency in their mathematical background may be admitted conditionally if they are willing to correct such deficiency. An undergraduate GPA of at least 3.00 for full admission, 2.75 for conditional admission is required. All GPA calculations for admission are based upon the last 60 credits of undergraduate and post-baccalaureate study. [-]

MicroMasters Program in User Experience (UX) Research and Design (The University of Michigan)

edX MicroMasters Programs
Online Part time 36 weeks November 2017 USA Cambridge

Gain a solid foundation in UX Research and Design to help create products and advance your career. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. Average Length: 4 weeks per course Effort: 3-5 hours per week, per course Number Of Courses: 9 Courses in Program Subject: Computer Science, Social Sciences, Design Institution: The University of Michigan Institution Offering Credit: The University of Michigan Language: English Price (USD): $99-249 per course Gain a solid foundation in UX Research and Design to help create products and advance your career. Integrate UX Research and UX Design to create great products through understanding user needs, rapidly generating prototypes, and evaluating design concepts. Learners will gain hands-on experience with taking a product from initial concept, through user research, ideation and refinement, formal analysis, prototyping, and user testing, applying perspectives and methods to ensure a great user experience at every step. This UX MicroMasters Program concludes with a capstone project, in which learners will incorporate UX Research and Design to design a complete product, taking it from an initial concept to an interactive prototype. The advisory board for this MicroMasters Program consists of University of Michigan School of Information alumni who are industry leaders and user experience experts. Board members provide ongoing guidance on applicability of the program to career and educational pathways. More information on the MicroMasters Program and the advisory board members can be found at the University of Michigan website. Job Outlook Computer and information technology occupations are projected to grow 12% from 2014 to 2024, faster than average for all professions. 488,500 new jobs are predicted over that period. (source: Occupational Outlook Handbook) Median salary $81,430 in May 2015. (source: Occupational Outlook Handbook) Career prospects for people with similar training include UX designer, web developer, software developer, information technology manager, data scientist, consultant, and research analyst. (source: UMSI 2015 Employment Report) What You'll Learn: Understand the principles and processes of designing for a great user experience. Learn how to assess user needs and map them into system requirements. Learn how to evaluate systems to determine how well they meet user needs. Learn techniques for rapidly exploring design alternatives and selecting the most promising concepts. Learn techniques for developing and communicating design ideas. MicroMasters Program Details How To Earn The MicroMasters Credential Complete and successfully earn a Verified Certificate in all 8 UX courses plus the Capstone Project course. The price of the capstone is $249. Take Your Credential To The Next Level Learners who have successfully earned the MicroMasters Credential may submit their certification for advanced credit for completion of the Masters of Science in Information (MSI) if they apply, and are admitted to the residential program. Earning this advanced credit allows learners to reduce costs and time to degree. Courses Introduction to User Experience Learn how UX research and design techniques can help you better understand user needs and create a great user experience. Understanding User Needs Learn how to conduct effective user research to better understand what users love, hate, want and need. Principles of Designing for Humans Learn about human behavior and capabilities and how they impact user experience design. Evaluating Designs with Users Learn how to design, run, and analyze usability tests to help improve user experience. UX Design: From Concept to Wireframe Take a UX design project from an initial sketch and develop it into a wireframe. UX Design: From Wireframe to Prototype Learn about the UX design process by taking a UX design project from wireframes to a design specification document. UX Research Surveys Learn how to use UX surveys to gain insights into user needs and attitudes toward system designs. UX Research at Scale: Analytics and Online Experiments Learn how to conduct and analyze UX research at scale using online tools such as A/B testing and web analytics. UX (User Experience) Capstone Use the skills and knowledge gained through UX Research and Design MicroMasters courses to design a complete UX project. What is a MicroMasters Program? Developed to advance a career and born from Master's programs of leading universities, MicroMasters programs are a series of higher-level courses recognized by companies for real job relevancy, and may accelerate a Master's degree. [-]

Master in Computer Science

Cornell Tech
Campus 1 year September 2017 USA Chelsea

The technology field is increasingly fast-paced and entrepreneurial, and the most successful developers and programers are the ones who understand how technology turns into product. Our CS masters degree will give you that understanding. [+]

Master in Computer Science Technology exists to meet human needs and solve human problems. And today's technology-driven start-ups need engineers and computer scientists who also understand the business side of bringing innovative solutions to market. Cornell Tech's Master in Computer Science will give students the technical skills needed to develop cutting edge solutions while exposing them to entrepreneurship and product management. Learn Through Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration No matter where you apply your computer science and engineering skills, you'll most likely be working in collaboration with product and project managers, sales and marketing executives, even lawyers. Your success will depend on your ability to speak their language, to see how your technological expertise fits into the greater whole of the company, and to draw inspiration from every part of the business. In Cornell Tech's Master in Computer Science program, you'll not only get a rock solid technical education, you'll learn side-by-side with business and law students as well as other technology students. You'll work together in teams to develop your own business in the Startup Studio and develop innovative solutions for real business clients as part of your Company Challenge in Product Studio. In the process, you'll develop the kind of business savvy and communication skills—as well as peerless technical know-how—that have made previous graduates prime recruiting targets of companies like Google, Facebook, and numerous startups. Who Should Apply? You should apply to Cornell Tech's Master in Computer Science if you have an academic background in computer science or a related technical field, a strong entrepreneurial streak, and a passion to lead in the tech industry. If you do not have a technical academic background, you should have taken courses in software engineering and linear algebra and have working knowledge of data structures and algorithms. A Master of Engineering in Computer Science is also offered on Cornell's Ithaca campus with more opportunities for elective courses than Cornell Tech’s entrepreneurship and product development focused studio curriculum. Learn more. Topics Covered Machine Learning Data Science Computer Security & Privacy Computer Vision NLP HCI Systems (Computer) FEATURED COURSE Applied Machine Learning Credits 3.00 This course will help students learn and apply key concepts of modeling, analysis and validation from Machine Learning, Data Mining and Signal Processing to analyze and extract meaning from data. Students will implement algorithms and perform experiments on images, text, audio and mobile sensor measurements. They will also gain a working knowledge of supervised and unsupervised techniques including classification, regression, clustering, feature selection, association rule mining and dimensionality reduction. Careers in the Field Software Developer Product Manager Data Scientist Startup Founder or CTO Curriculum The Master in Computer Science curriculum includes a variety of rigorous courses that will give you the the skills you need to develop digitally enabled solutions to emerging business challenges and human needs. In an educational innovation unique to Cornell Tech, you'll also participate in an immersive Studio experience, in which you'll hone your team-building and leadership skills while developing a new product idea in response to the strategic needs of a real organization and create your own startup. What Your Schedule Might Look Like In the fall you’ll take Startup Systems Engineering and technical electives like Applied Machine Learning, Security & Privacy in the Wild, and Physical computing. In the afternoons you’ll work on team-based projects in Product Studio and Startup Ideas and learn firsthand from industry leaders in Conversations in the Studio. In the spring you’ll take technical electives like Data Science in the Wild, Natural Language Processing, HCI & Design or business electives like Design Thinking and Disruptive Tech. In the afternoons, you’ll pursue team-based projects in Startup Studio and Product Management. MEng Application Timeline Cornell Tech offers three application rounds. Applicants are encouraged to submit their application when ready. We will consider applicants that apply in each application round. We review applications as we receive them. The 2016-2017 application deadlines for Computer Science are as follows: Round 1 - October 3, 2016 Round 2 - January 20, 2017* Round 3 - March 3, 2017 *Scholarship: To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by the January 20th Round 2 application deadline. ** Complete applications received by April 10, 2017 will still be given full consideration for admission, capacity permitting; but applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible.Submitting applications early ensures early response. Application Requirements To be considered, all applicants must provide the following in their online application: Résumé You must submit a current résumé along with your application. With the use of LinkedIn, you will have the option to auto-populate the employment and education information listed within your online professional profile. Please note, any information that is auto-populated from LinkedIn can be edited. Personal Statement Here at Cornell Tech, you will be part of an environment where creativity, technical depth and leadership share seats at the table. We value expressions of who you are and what you add to this formula. Please submit a one- to two-page statement that describes your interest in this program at Cornell Tech. Your submission should highlight personal experiences that demonstrate your creativity, leadership and technical abilities. In particular, feel free to elaborate on technical projects you have completed, their creative and technical aspects; any entrepreneurial or leadership experiences; your professional career goals; the benefit you envision being part of the tech ecosystem in New York City; and, why this program is the one for you. Two Recommendations Recommenders should be faculty members or other individuals who know the applicants professionally and have seen them play a major role on substantial projects. Recommendations must be submitted online. GRE The GRE is required for admission to Cornell Tech. All official test scores should be reported directly to Cornell University. Students who have received (or will have received) a Bachelor degree from Cornell University are exempt from the GRE requirement for the Master of Engineering program. The GRE institution code for Cornell is 2098. Please be consistent in the spelling of your name on both your application and test score report. Transcripts Transcripts from each previously-attended college or university are required and must be uploaded online with the application. Admitted students will be required to submit an official transcript directly to Cornell University Graduate School prior to matriculation. Application Fee A nonrefundable application fee of $95 must be submitted with the online application. International Applicants Transcripts In addition to the aforementioned program requirements, international applicants must provide a certified English translation of transcripts if the original language is not English. Successful international applicants will have received a baccalaureate degree from a college or university of recognized standing. TOEFL Applicants must also demonstrate proficiency in the English language by taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Official TOEFL scores must be sent to the Cornell University Graduate School. The institution code is #2098. Cornell’s official minimum sub-scores for each element of the TOEFL are as follows: Writing: 20 Reading 20 Listening 15 Speaking 22 The TOEFL requirement may be waived if the applicant meets at least one of these criteria: Is a native citizen of the United States, Australia, Canada (except Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand or the United Kingdom. Has studied in full-time status for at least two academic years within the last five years in the United States, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, or with English language instruction in Canada or South Africa. You must submit a transcript that shows you have attended college in one of these approved locations. [-]

Master of Science in Health Informatics

The University of Findlay
Online & Campus Combined Part time 2 years September 2017 USA Findlay

The online master of science in health informatics program at The University of Findlay is based on the science behind electronic health records. [+]

Master of Science in Health Informatics

The online master of science in health informatics program at The University of Findlay is based on the science behind electronic health records. Health informatics is the field that defines how health information is technically captured, transmitted and utilized.Health informatics focuses on information systems, informatics principles and information technology as it is applied to the continuum of health care delivery. It is an integrated discipline with specialty areas that include:

    Management science     Management engineering principles     Health care delivery and public health     Patient safety     Information science     Computer technology At The University of Findlay, you can earn your master’s degree in just two years. No graduate record exam (GRE) required! Accepting applications until August 1 for the Fall class, so apply today! All courses are 100% online (no classes held on campus - no scheduled sessions at all)! Students access course content at their convenience. All courses are delivered in convenient eight-week blocks. ... [-]

Master of Management in Information Systems

Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University
Campus 12 - 16 months September 2017 USA Logan

The MMIS program at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is an innovative, project-based program designed to address business problems through the use of technology. It carries a STEM designation (29-month work option after graduation) in database management and analytics, consistently attracting many talented students from around the world. [+]

Why MMIS? The MMIS program at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is an innovative, project-based program designed to address business problems through the use of technology. It carries a STEM designation (29-month work option after graduation) in database management and analytics, consistently attracting many talented students from around the world. Extensive Database and Data Analytics The main focus of the MMIS program relates to Big Data, Database Management, and Data Analytics. Gaining insight into business processes that facilitate improved decision making is the goal of all things data. Indeed, data is the lifeblood of improved decision making for businesses. High Job Placement and High Salaries There is currently a shortage of employees with technical management information systems skills in the workplace. Recent graduates have nearly a 100% placement rate 6 months after graduation, with a mean salary of $60,000. Career Prospects As technology spreads across every organizational sector, corporate jobs in this field are generated rapidly. Our 33-credit hour program is designed to enhance your undergraduate education by increasing your analytical proficiencies and business technology skills and strategically preparing you for management positions. Program Options This degree is available as a single degree (MMIS) or can be paired with a second master’s degree (MBA/MMIS or MHR/MMIS) by enrolling in one additional year. Curriculum The MMIS curriculum was developed with two strategic goals: Provide students with analytical-focused information systems knowledge and a complementary business acumen to enhance corporate leadership and problem solving. Support the Huntsman four pillars of excellence – Ethical Leadership, Global Vision, Analytical Rigor and Entrepreneurial Spirit. MMIS focuses on technology's role in managing and making sense of the ever‐increasing amount of data flowing into organizations. Today's managers must effectively utilize this data to improve decision making and company performance. As a student in the 33‐credit hour MMIS program, you will learn how to create value with powerful combinations of people, processes, and technology. Classes are project based with a hands‐on learning approach. PREREQUISITES (All Prerequisites Must Be Completed Prior to Starting MMIS Coursework) Business Statistics (or advisor approve equivalent) Corporate Finance Financial Accounting Programming (proficiency in an object-oriented language) Minimum requirements for Admission: They are as follows: 3.0 or higher GPA on your last 60 semester (or 90 quarter) credits 45th percentile on both the quantitative and verbal portions of the GMAT or GRE A good answer for WHY I want to get an MMIS from Utah State. *Completed the required prerequisite courses or approved equivalents. *It is not necessary that the prerequisite courses are completed before you apply, but you will need to complete all of them before you may begin your MMIS coursework. [-]

Civil Engineering

International University Alliance
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Boston

The Master's degrees offer students a chance to advance their knowledge above that of the undergraduate level, and a chance to begin to specialize in one of the sub-disciplines of Civil or Environmental Engineering. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. Civil Engineering Master's programs The Master's degrees offer students a chance to advance their knowledge above that of the undergraduate level, and a chance to begin to specialize in one of the sub-disciplines of Civil or Environmental Engineering. All Master's degrees may require that students take one or more undergraduate courses as articulation (pre-requisite) if they are coming from a different undergraduate engineering or a related science field in order to become fully prepared for graduate work in Civil or Environmental Engineering. Thesis Option The Master's degree programs can either be research-oriented (thesis option) or non-research-oriented (non-thesis option). The Thesis option is the only option for students who are receiving a fellowship or assistantship (GTA or GRA) from the department. Therefore, it is strongly recommended for all full-time students, even those who think that they can pay for their own education. A minimum of twenty four (24) semester hours of approved course work along with a minimum of six (6) hours of thesis credits is required. A minimum of twenty four (24) semester hours of approved course work along with a minimum of six (6) hours of thesis credits is required. No more than six hours of thesis credits will be applied toward degree requirements. At least 15 credit hours must be at the 6000-level (includes thesis hours). A maximum of 9 semester hours of graduate credit may be transferred into the program from non-degree-seeking status or regionally accredited institutions. Only grades of "B-" or better can be transferred. A minimum "B" (3.0) average must be maintained in the program of study and no more than two C+, C, and C- grades are allowed. No D+ or lower grades are acceptable. A written thesis and final oral defense are required. Once six hours of thesis credits have been completed and all course work has been satisfied, the student is required to have continual enrollment in one hour of thesis until the final thesis has been received by the Division of Graduate Studies (but also see next rule). International students have to meet all Graduate Studies and ISS rules to remain in legal standing as a full-time student throughout their tenure at the university. Master's Thesis Committee The thesis committee will consist of a minimum of three members. All committee members should hold a doctoral degree and be in fields related to the thesis topic. At least two members must be department faculty (one to serve as chair). Off-campus experts, joint faculty members, adjunct faculty, and other university faculty members may serve as the third person in the committee. In unusual cases, with approval from the department Chair, two professors may chair the committee jointly. Joint faculty members may serve as committee chairs, but off-campus experts and adjunct faculty may not serve as committee chairs. All members vote on acceptance or rejection of the thesis proposal and the final thesis. The final thesis must be approved by a majority of the advisory committee Non-Thesis Option With a requirement of 30 semester hours of coursework, the non-thesis option is intended primarily for part-time students. The program requirements are the same as for the thesis option except that the thesis requirement is replaced by 6 credit hours of course work. An advisor is required, and he/she will review and sign the program of study. [-]

International Master in Management of Information Technology

IAE Aix Graduate School of Management
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Marseille Finland Turku Netherlands Tilburg + 3 more

The International Master’s in Management of IT (IMMIT) programme prepares students to act as intermediaries between business users and Information Technology specialists in an international environment [+]

International Master in Management of Information Technology

This program requires proficiency in English.

The International Master’s in Management of IT (IMMIT) programme prepares students to act as intermediaries between business users and Information Technology specialists in an international environment, and thus become “hybrid” managers at the interface between InformationTechnology and Business functions.

IMMIT consists of integrative skills and knowledges needed for effective use of Information Technology to support international business operations and management.

Organisation and Structure of IMMIT

IMMIT is a two year, integrated Master programme, specialized in IT management, organised between 3 university partners from renown European Institutions:... [-]


MS Computer Information Systems

College of Saint Rose
Campus 3 semesters August 2017 USA Albany

A deeper understanding of information systems can only enhance your career prospects. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. A deeper understanding of information systems can only enhance your career prospects. You’ll gain skills in technical communication and teamwork—which are in great demand among employers—as well as advanced knowledge of data structures, computer architecture, database management systems, data communications, user interface design, and software engineering. Program Overview The Master of Science in Computer Information Systems is a Professional Science Master’s (PSM) degree program that presents students with an applied education in advanced topics associated with computer science, computer engineering, and information systems. Our program is endorsed by the National Professional Science Masters Association (NPSMA). The program is designed for students with some experience in computer technology and programming, who wish to advance their technical skills and knowledge, and who also wish to improve their communication and business skills. The goal of the program is to produce graduates who are technically proficient in their field and capable of working successfully in government and business. All students must take six required courses in areas that are central to computer information systems. These areas are data structures, computer architecture, database management systems, data communications, user interface design, and software engineering. All students must also take two courses in a chosen area of specialization and complete a master’s project in this area, under the supervision of a department faculty member. The current areas of specialization include Internet Programming, Bioinformatics, Database, and Parallel and High-Performance Computing. Surveys reveal that employers want their technical employees to be able to communicate well, work well in teams, and be able to work and communicate successfully with people from many cultures in an increasingly global workplace. Therefore, all students are required to take a course in technical communication in order to foster these skills. In addition, the department seeks to build communication and team skills throughout all courses throughout our master’s program. General Admission Information Eligibility for admission to The College of Saint Rose graduate programs is typically based upon the following minimum requirements: Submission of a completed application and a Statement of Purpose of approximately 300 words detailing the applicant’s goals for graduate study. Evidence of the possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution through submission of official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended Academic and professional qualifications for graduate study, as indicated by two letters of recommendation. A grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), overall and in the undergraduate major. Demonstration of English proficiency: Send us your TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores. The testing requirement is waived for applicants who have previously earned a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the United States. The College of Saint Rose offers English as a Second Language (ESL) studies and offers conditional acceptances to those who meet all other admission requirements. Conditionally accepted students must show English proficiency before enrolling in their coursework. Other admission criteria specified by academic programs such as submission of resumes, writing samples, portfolios, test scores, and participation in interviews or admissions workshops. Computer Information Systems Admission Information A student seeking admission to the program must fulfill all general requirements for admission to graduate study. In addition to meeting these criteria, all students must have either a grade point average of 3.0 or better in their undergraduate work or present a portfolio of professional work to be evaluated by the faculty of the Computer Science department. All students are expected to complete the following prerequisite courses with a grade of B or better: CSC 202 Introduction to Programming or CSC 522 Object-Oriented Programming CSC 302 Data Structures or CSC 523 Advanced Programming CSC 321 Database Management Systems or CSC 520 Introduction to Database One or more of the above prerequisite courses may be waived for students who have completed equivalent coursework at an accredited institution and have earned a B or better. Prerequisite courses do not count towards the 33 credit total required for the degree. All students must have at least nine credits in undergraduate mathematics courses. [-]

Master Of Engineering (with Memory)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis

The master of engineering is to improve scientific and technical knowledge in engineering, [+]

The master of engineering is to improve scientific and technical knowledge in engineering, to initiate research and technological innovation and to form autonomous and competent specialists able to perform a professional practice of high level in various fields of engineering and applied science. paths Master of Engineering, course type profile with project The Master of Engineering, project course type memory without profile promotes the development of vocational training component of the candidate by the deepening of knowledge and the acquisition of a specialty. Master of Engineering, with profile memory The Master of Engineering, with profile memory favors the development of a research component by deepening knowledge in a field of specialization. This pathway also helps develop the skills required for the pursuit of doctoral studies. Targeted audience This program is open to candidates with training in the field of engineering who wish to deepen their scientific and technical knowledge in engineering. Candidates holding training in fundamental or applied sciences are also eligible. However, they will be assessed a probationary tuition undergraduate engineering. Research areas The interests and expertise of engineering faculty focus on different fields of study grouped around four pillars. renewable energy and bioresources Sustainable Development Wind power Exploitation and development of peat electric and hybrid vehicles Etc. Productique Development of products, processes and systems Performance optimization of processes and industrial equipment advanced industrial systems Planning, management and control of production processes Etc. electromechanical systems Modeling, simulation, design, optimization, control, maintenance and management of industrial systems Telecommunications and information processing photonics Remote sensing Signal Processing Telecommunication and satellite communication and wireless Etc. Employment Opportunities Graduates senior engineering graduate programs occupy positions in several industry sectors such as: electronic; instrumentation and control; telecommunications; aerospace; design; manufacturing; automating; production engineering; energy; aviation; pulp and paper; metal processing; transport; Computer Engineering; wind engineering; marine engineering; R and D. The main functions for Graduates are: project manager; Director of R & D; researcher or associate researcher; systems engineer; project engineer; systems designer; responsible for experimentation; product development engineer; PhD student (for master's degrees). OBJECTIVES Contribute to increasing the scientific and technical knowledge in engineering, introduction to research and technological innovation and form autonomous and competent specialists able to perform a professional practice of high level in various fields of engineering and applied science . More specifically, the student should, on completion of its study program: having acquired more knowledge in some of the science and technology related to engineering; be able to apply this knowledge to issues, situations or various projects related to its specialization; demonstrate a critical able to propose and evaluate solutions to specific engineering problems; be able to conduct an engineering project in its area of ​​specialization; demonstrating that it is able to communicate orally and in writing in a clear and consistent manner, the results of scientific research work. In the thesis promotes the development of the research component of the candidate's training by deepening knowledge in a field of specialization; [-]

Master In Process Management (sap)

Grupo IOE
Online Part time September 2017 Spain Barcelona Madrid Murcia Valencia Colombia Bogotá Mexico Mexico City Peru Lima Brazil São Paulo + 10 more

The name comes from SAP Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing. This system includes many fully integrated modules. The information is shared, both between modules and between all areas. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. The name of SAP comes from: Systems, Applications and Products in Data Processing. This system includes many fully integrated modules. The information is shared, both between modules and between all areas. SAP It establishes and integrates the production system of companies and has a number of modules that constitute a ideal tools to meet the needs of business management around: Finance. Management control. Human Resources. Sales and distribution. logistics Production planning OBJECTIVES: Mastering SAP FI focused on the needs of your company. General working knowledge of the application and the various tools it contains. Specific development of the various business matters that facilitates the use of the application. Programming in ABAP In order to guarantee the quality of this program, Places are limited to 20 students. Remember that your company can provide aid for job training to do so. Consult us without obligation. [-]

Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity

University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering
Campus Part time September 2017 USA College Park

We recognize that technical experts working in Cybersecurity have diverse academic and professional backgrounds. Therefore, our admissions requirements allow for diversity but also must ensure that qualified students are prepared to succeed in this highly technical academic program. We offer three levels of admission depending upon the academic background, academic performance, and professional experience of the applicant. [+]

Admissions Requirements We recognize that technical experts working in Cybersecurity have diverse academic and professional backgrounds. Therefore, our admissions requirements allow for diversity but also must ensure that qualified students are prepared to succeed in this highly technical academic program. We offer three levels of admission depending upon the academic background, academic performance, and professional experience of the applicant. Please note that three letters of recommendation (preferably professional letters) are required for admission. Prerequisite requirement: ENEE 150 or equivalent. Further admissions requirements. Full Admission: applicants must have a bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, or Physics, from an accredited institution, with a GPA of 3.0 or better. Provisional Admission: applicants who have a degree in a closely related field of study (i.e. Information Technology, Information Assurance, Computer Information Systems), and a GPA of 3.0 or better must also possess at least one (1) of the following certifications: CompTIA Security+, GIAC GSEC, or Certified Ethical Hacker certification. Applicants admitted with Provisional Admission will need to complete two core courses with at least a B or better in each course. Advanced Special Student Admission: applicants with a bachelor’s degree in other fields of study with a minimum 3.0 GPA, one of the above mentioned certifications, and 2+ years work experience in Information Technology or other closely related field. To qualify for this admission, applicants must submit a detailed description of their technical work experience as a personal statement attached to the Applicant Supplement Form (ASF). Applicants admitted as Advanced Special Students will need to complete two core courses with at least a B or better in each course in order to be considered for Provisional Admission later on. [-]

Master of Software Engineering

University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Campus September 2017 USA La Crosse

The focus of the MSE program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is to teach the advanced state-of-the-art technologies in software development with hands-on experience, and to apply the knowledge to some challenging real-world problems. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. The focus of the MSE program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is to teach the advanced state-of-the-art technologies in software development with hands-on experience, and to apply the knowledge to some challenging real-world problems. The program will guide the students to acquire both technical skills and software project management skills that are required to lead and to carry out software development projects. The MSE program is slightly different from the traditional Masters program in Computer Science. It specializes in software engineering theory and practice. It includes a limited subset of applications such as Databases and Computer Networks. Graduates with a MSE degree are prepared to: design and analyze software systems efficiently conduct quality assurance be project leaders prepare cost estimations and feasibility analysis for software projects conduct testing and verification Graduates are employed as: software engineers software designers software developers testing engineers quality assurance personnel Program Prerequisites Students desiring to be admitted into the MSE program must have taken courses on the following topics or must have knowledge in these areas (evidence or supporting materials required): A modern programming language such as C, C++, C#, Java (UW-L equivalents: C-S 220 or C-S 224) Data Structures and Algorithms that includes abstract data types such as List, Stack, Queue, Tree and Graph (UW-L equivalent: C-S 340) Discrete Mathematics that includes topics on Set Theory, Predicate Logic, Functions and Relations (UW-L equivalent: MTH 225) Students who lack any of these prerequisites must take additional courses (not counted for credit towards the MSE program) to meet the program prerequisites requirement. A cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.85 / 4.0 is required in these courses. Admission Requirements The student must have a bachelor’s degree in any other discipline with an overall GPA of at least 2.85 / 4.0 or a GPA of at least 3.0 / 4.0 in the last half of all undergraduate work, and must at least have 2 years of working experience in software development. In this case, the student must provide at least 2 references from the work place; the referees should be able to comment on the knowledge and skills of the student in software development. References can be submitted to the Computer Science Department directly or to the Admission Office with your graduate application materials. The student must have a bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering or an equivalent major, with an overall undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.85 / 4.0 or a GPA of at least 3.0 / 4.0 in the last half of all undergraduate work or a GPA of at least 3.0 / 4.0 for no fewer than 12 semester credits of graduate study at another accredited graduate institution. How to Apply U.S. Residents | International Students: Complete the online graduate application form which is available at http://www.uwlax.edu/Admissions/Graduate-student/. All questions regarding the university application should be directed to Admissions, or (608) 785-8939. International Students: Additional information regarding International admissions can be found on the Admissions website now: http://www.uwlax.edu/admissions/international-student/ An application packet should consist of the following: a completed UWL Application for Graduate Admission official transcripts of all undergraduate/graduate coursework completed two recommendation letters from the work place if undergraduate degree is in another discipline letter of intent for those individuals seeking financial assistantships non-refundable fee listed on UWL application Questions pertaining specifically to the MSE program should be directed to Kasi Periyasamy, MSE Program Director, msecoord@cs.uwlax.edu (608) 785-6823 or the CS Department at (608) 785-6805. GRE scores are not required. However, it is strongly recommended that the student submit GRE scores, if they have them, along with the application. Do not send your application or transcripts to the academic department or program director. The Admissions Office will forward graduate application materials to the Computer Science Department for acceptance or denial to the MSE program. Once a decision has been made, the materials will be returned to the originating office who will send a letter indicating the MSE admissions committee decision. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing once all required application materials have been received in the admissions office. Curriculum Students in the program should complete 24 credits of course work and 12 credits of a capstone project. The course work consists of 5 core courses and 3 elective courses. It is recommended that as many required courses be completed as possible before the elective courses and capstone project. Any questions should be directed to the MSE program director. Required Courses CS 744 Management Issues in Software Engineering CS 743 Software Verification and Validation CS 742 Formal Methods in Software Development CS 741 Software Engineering Principles CS 546 Object-Oriented Software Development Elective Courses CS 752 Independent Study CS 751 Seminar in Software Engineering CS 750 Topics in Software Engineering CS 571 Data Communications CS 570 Parallel and Distributed Computing CS 564 Advanced Database Management Systems CS 556 Secure Software Development CS 555 Fundamentals of Information Security CS 554 Digital Image Processing CS 553 Introduction to the Theory of Computation CS 552 Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition CS 551 User Interface Design CS 549 Advances in Software Engineering CS 543 Topics in Operating Systems CS 542 Structure of Compilers CS 541 Operating System Concepts CS 531 Introduction to Robotics CS 521 Programming Language Principles CS 519 Independent Study CS 510 Free and Open Source Software Development CS 502 Web Application Development Capstone Project Work CS 798 Software Development Project [-]

Master of Natural and Applied Sciences

Missouri State University
Campus Part time 1 - 4 years September 2017 USA Springfield

The MNAS program is the only one of its kind in the southwest Missouri region. This unique program offers a wide spectrum of choices for selecting two areas of study in multiple departments or schools. [+]

Master of Natural and Applied Sciences Why pursue the MNAS degree at Missouri State? Select two areas of emphasis to customize your program of study. Each emphasis area will help you expand upon your current scientific knowledge and capabilities.

 

You will work directly with an advisory committee dedicated to helping you meet your academic and professional goals. You will be matched to a faculty member who will provide advisement, as well as help you design your program of study.

 

This interdisciplinary program allows you to select areas in multiple departments and schools.

 

The MNAS will increase your marketability by developing an advanced set of skills. ... [-]

Master in Electrical Engineering (M.E.)

Inter American University of Puerto Rico
Campus August 2017 Puerto Rico Bayamón

The Master’s Program in Electrical Engineering (M.E.) is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to perform as efficient and highly qualified professionals in the specializations of Power and Control Systems. Both specializations are focused on modelling, design and practical knowledge of systems. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Engineering & Technology in North America. The Master’s Program in Electrical Engineering (M.E.) is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to perform as efficient and highly qualified professionals in the specializations of Power and Control Systems. Both specializations are focused on modelling, design and practical knowledge of systems. The specialization in Control Systems provides for the development and implementation of advanced technology and design techniques of control applications in manufacturing, pharmaceutical and petrochemical processes, and in the applications of robotics, automated systems and intelligent control. The specialization in Power Systems, will provide future graduates with the skills to analyze and to suggest solutions to problems in the generation, distribution and control of electrical energy. This specialization integrates the use of renewable energy, distributed generation and the challenges of the integration of intermittent sources within electrical systems. [-]