Master of Engineering - Computer Engineering
The master of engineering in computer engineering offers graduate students a strong academic foundation in core technological areas with a culminating project-based learning experience, preparing students to begin or to advance their professional careers.
Students will be able to choose to participate in the program on a part-time, full-time, or full-time accelerated basis. Full-time students could reasonably earn the master of engineering computer engineering degree in about three semesters.
Credits required for graduation:
Our M.Eng Program is now 30 credit hours, including 24 credit hours of senior and graduate level coursework consisting of:
- 15 credit hours of ECE courses (of which 12 credit hours are discipline-specific)
- 6 credit hours of out of area and/or out-of-department courses
- 3 credit hours of graduate elective courses
- 3 credit hours of Project and Report, ECE 5904 or Project Based Learning ECE 5805/5806
- 2 credit hours of Seminar, ECE 5944
- 1 credit of ENGE 5304 GSSME requirement
All students will take at least four courses in a focus area:
- Computer Systems: Computer Architecture, Multiprocessors, Secure Hardware Design and Wearable Computing
- Networking: Protocols, Information Security, Network Architectures and Multimedia Networks
- Software and Machine Intelligence: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Software Systems
- VLSI and Design Automation: Configurable Computing, Testing and Verification, Advanced VLSI Design, Systems on a Chip and Electronic Design Automation
Upon completion of the program, individuals will be able to:
- Work in mid-level and advanced positions in industries related to computing and enhance marketability to employers
- Machine Learning and Applications
- Secure Information Systems and Networks
- Quantum Computing
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For information about a Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering, visit the College of Engineering site.