The Master of Engineering Degree with a Computer Engineering specialization will produce professionals with broad engineering background capable of applying in-depth knowledge and creativity analyze, design, develop, and improve computer systems in technically demanding careers. Students will have flexibility to develop a plan of study in their area of interest. 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 Fall 2016

Regular Courses 1, 230
Total Credits30
1

Courses not accepted as regular include all courses ending in the range -82 through -99. Select courses with approval of advisor.

2

A maximum of 6 credit hours of 400-level undergraduate courses can be used towards the degree. Up to 8 credit hours 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.