Computer Engineering Concentration
The Computer Engineering concentration in the Master of Science in Engineering degree program is a research-intensive on-campus program designed for individuals who wish to deepen their understanding of computer engineering principles and applications and to develop their skills in independent research.
Completion of 40 credits.
- ORTN-600 Graduate Orientation (no credit course)
Four courses from the following offerings.
- CE-612 Digital Systems Design
- CE-620 Microcomputer Systems
- CE-622 Computer Architecture and Organization
- CE-624 VLSI Design
- CE-626 Real-Time Embedded Systems
- CE-630 Logic Systems
- CE-642 Mobile Robotics
- CE-670 Haptic Systems
- CE-680 Computer Networks
- CE-682 Distributed Embedded Systems
- CE-691 Graduate Special Topics in Computer Engineering
- CE-699 Graduate Independent Study in Computer Engineering
- Eight credits of any 500-600 graduate level elective courses
- 16 credits of graduate research (CE-695 Graduate Research in Computer Engineering)
- Completion and successful defense of a master‘s thesis