Graduate

Master's Programs

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers the degrees of Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS), Master of Science in Computer Engineering (MSCP), and Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT). Thesis option is available for MSCS and MSCP only. Non-thesis option is available for all three degrees. The two options are distinguished on the basis of the relative breadth and depth of the programs. The thesis option requires students to pursue a more concentrated range of topics. The non-thesis option offers students some experience in many areas of computer science and/or engineering.

Upon admission, the Graduate Program Director will provide general guidance and direction in the student's first semester. After completing the first semester, the student should select a major professor (thesis option) in a research area of interest, and together develop a Plan of Work for approval by the Graduate Program Director. The student will not be allowed to take more than twelve credits in the master's program unless the Plan of Work is approved. In the Plan of Work the student will state his/her major and the choice of thesis or non-thesis option.

Fall 2017 Graduate Catalogs: 
Masters of Science in Computer Science (M.S.C.S.)
Masters of Science in Computer Engineering (M.S.C.P.)
Masters of Science in Information Technology (M.S.I.T)

2015/2016 Graduate Catalogs:
Masters of Science in Computer Science (M.S.C.S.)
Masters of Science in Computer Engineering (M.S.C.P.)
Masters of Science in Information Technology (M.S.I.T)


 

Please direct all queries regarding the Graduate Program to the Graduate Program Director.