Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering

The MSCSE program is designed for working professionals who have a bachelors degree in either computer science, computer engineering, or electrical engineering. The program allows students with a strong hardware background to expand into the software area and students with a strong software background to expand into the more hardware oriented areas of engineering and computer science. The course plan and requirements for each student are determined by the student's background and must be pre-approved prior to the start of classes. A typical graduate class in this program is a four credit hour class and is made up of a three-hour upper level undergraduate class plus a substantial project which typically results in a publication or presentation. All students are expected to complete a thesis which must be published or presented at a regional or national conference.

Full time students enrolled in the program take two or three courses per term. The program may be completed on a part time basis.