The Master of Science in Computer Engineering will produce professionals capable of applying in-depth knowledge, creativity, and research experience to analyze, design, develop, and improve computer systems in technically demanding careers. Students pursuing the M.S. Plan A degree in computer engineering will complete a research-orientated plan of study involving a thesis and coursework. Students interested in graduate work should refer to CSU's Graduate and Professional Bulletin and the website for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Effective Spring 2017
|Regular Courses 1, 2||21|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
Select courses with approval of advisor and graduate committee. Courses not accepted as regular include all courses ending in the range -82 through -99.
A maximum of 6 credits of 400-level undergraduate courses can be used toward the degree. Up to 8 credits at the 400-level are permitted when at least one course is a 4 credit course. Remaining credits must be in 500-level or higher courses.