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Master of Science – Computer Engineering (Thesis)

  1. Total number of hours (32)
    • A minimum of 24 classroom hours (Excludes 681, 684, 685, & 691).
    • A minimum of 21 classroom hours from the College of Engineering and College of Science
  2. Transfer hours allowed from another institution (6)
    • Transfer hours must be from a peer institution
    • Transfer hours are subject to approval of the Graduate Studies Committee
  3. Max undergraduate hours (6 hours/400 only)
  4. Special problems, seminar, and research (681, 685, & 691)
    • 8 hours maximum of these courses
    • 4 hours minimum of 691
    • 1 hour of seminar (ECEN/CSCE 681) is required
    • No more than 3 hours of ECEN 681, 684 and 685.
  5. Composition of committee (at least 3)
    • At least 2 within Computer Engineering Group from ECEN
    • At least 1 not in the student's department
  6. Additional course requirements are listed below.

Master of Science – Computer Engineering (Non-Thesis Option)

  1. Total number of hours (30)
    • A minimum of 27 classroom hours (Excludes 681, 684, & 685) from within the College of Engineering and College of Science
    • College of Business (at most one course, and only from the INFO Dept.)
    • A minimum of 24 classroom hours from the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering
    • At least 13 of these 24 hours must be ECEN courses.
    • At least 6 courses from the CE ME student course list.
  2. Transfer hours allowed from another institution (6)
    • Transfer hours must be from a "peer institution"
    • Transfer hours are subject to approval of the Graduate Studies Committee
  3. Max undergraduate hours (6 hours/400 only)
  4. One hour of seminar is allowed (ECEN/CSCE 681) but is NOT required.
  5. No more than 3 hours of ECEN 681, 684 and 685.
  6. A final project report is required to be submitted to the Graduate Office. A graded project report from any ECEN graduate course can be used to fulfill this requirement.
  7. Composition of committee
    • The Graduate Coordinator will be the chair of all MS-NTO committees. No other committee members are needed.