The School comprises three departments, which offer five masters and three doctoral degrees. The Department of Computer Science offers a Master of Science in Computer Science, an Online Master of Science in Computer Science, and a Doctor of Philosophy. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy. The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy. The School of Engineering and Computer Science also offers additional graduate engineering degrees, which are described below in the Interdisciplinary Degrees section and are administered jointly between the engineering departments. These degrees include a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering, a Master of Engineering, joint undergraduate/graduate degrees, and a joint Master of Business Administration/Master of Engineering.
- Computer Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Interdisciplinary Degrees
- Engineering Joint Degree Programs
- Joint Master of Business Administration/Master of Engineering
Advanced topics and/or special project activities in engineering.
A weekly forum for presentation by guest speakers, faculty and graduate students on current research and other topics of interest. Graduate students must enroll and attend two semesters or more as required by their advisory committee.
To fulfill requirements for non-thesis master's students who need to complete final degree requirements other than coursework during their last semester. This may include such things as a comprehensive examination, oral examination, or foreign language requirement. Students are required to be registered during the semester they graduate.
See ELC 5302 for course information.
See BME 5357 for course information.
See ELC 5390 for course information.
Study of special topics in engineering. This course may be repeated for a total of four times with different topics.
Graduate level topics and/or special project activities in engineering.
Students completing a master's program with a project must complete three or six hours of this course, as determined by the student's individual plan of study.