The Master of Science Degree 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, 221
ECE 699Thesis9
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.