Admission to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering Degree (MSCPE) program will be granted to qualified students who hold:
- a bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or in applied sciences, from an accredited institution.
- Applicants are expected to meet the requirements for admission to the College of Engineering.
Foreign Student Admission Requirements
- The Graduate Record Examination is required for all individuals receiving their bachelor's degree outside of the United States.
- The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Examination is required of all students whose native language is not English
A minimum of 30 semester credit hours must be successfully completed for the Master of Science in Computer Engineering Degree. Requirements are summarized as follows:
|Non Thesis Option
|Computer Engineering Track Courses
|Computer Engineering Electives
|Total Credit Hours
*Graduate Students electing the Non-thesis option may substitute three credits of independent study for one recommended elective course.
When selecting courses, students are expected to make certain that they have satisfied stated course prerequisites
A. Computing Hardware and Software
(Take at least five courses.) - Default Advisor: Edward Kresch
B. Computer Networks/Security
(Take at least five courses.) - Default Advisor: Rick Perry
Computer Engineering Elective Courses
Any course from MS CpE Track B may be used as an elective for MS CpE Track A, and vice versa. Any course not listed here needs advisor's written approval. The CSC and MAT courses are offered by the Department of Computing Sciences and Department of Mathematics & Statistics, respectively.
Independent Study and Research Courses
Special Topics and Project
Courses for Lockheed Martin Company Program
The following two courses require permission of the Supervisor of Advanced Courses in Engineering. Lockheed Martin Company, King of Prussia, PA. These courses are counted only as electives.