Computer Engineering and Computer Science (MEN)
This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2009 - Spring 2010 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.
Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Department: Computer Engineering and Computer Science
On entering Graduate Studies, the student selects a thesis track or non-thesis track. A student in the thesis track chooses an area of concentration for the master’s thesis and selects a sequence of program elective courses for the thesis concentration. A student in the non-thesis track chooses a CECS project after completing a sequence of elective courses for the project. The Master of Engineering degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc. under the criteria for Computer Engineering.
|CECS/ECE 510, ECE 511||4|
|CECS 508 or CECS/IE 563||3|
|CECS 619, 622||6|
|CECS 6xx Electives1||12|
|Thesis Track - CECS 6972
Non-Thesis Track - CECS 696, CECS 6xx Elective1
1 A full-time student is required to have selected both an approved M.Eng. thesis topic and the director of the thesis committee during the first term of Graduate Studies. A thesis is part of the requirements for the Master of Engineering degree. Students must complete six credit hours for the M.Eng. Thesis. A non-Thesis option is available.
2 Required CECS program elective courses may be chosen to provide concentration at the Master of Engineering level in the areas of research focus in the department. Select from CECS graduate courses such as 608, 609, 611, 616, 627, 628, 629 or 694 in consultation with your CECS faculty advisor.
|Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Computer Science||132|
|Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering and Computer Science||163|
Master of Science Program in Computer Science
The department also offers a graduate program of study in the area of Computer Science leading to a Master of Science degree. This program is available for interested individuals who have an adequate background, but do not necessarily have a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Interested students should refer to the Graduate Catalog or to the department office for further information about the Master of Science program.
Graduate students can apply for admission to the certificates in a) Data Mining or b) Network and Information Security while pursuing a masters or doctoral degree.
Ph.D in Computer Science and Engineering
The Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department (CECS) offers the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). The CSE program is offered in collaboration with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECE). Students interested in the Ph.D. program should consult the Graduate Catalog or the Coordinator of the CSE Ph.D. program.