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The Master of Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering is specially specifically designed for students who would like to combine studies in computer science and computer engineering, possibly in conjunction with graduate-level work in another discipline, or for other reasons need a more flexible structure to their master's studies. It is well suited for individuals who plan to change careers and enter the CSE profession, international students seeking to establish U.S. credentials in CSE, or current CSE professionals who wish to advance their skills and education.All students in the MEng program must have previously completed (as documented by their undergraduate transcript), successfully test to place out of, or complete at the start of their program, the following courses: CSE 501N Introduction to Computer Science and CSE 502N Data Structures and Algorithms
- The MEng requires 30 total units including 24 units of graduate-level course work and 6 units of CSE 598 Master's Project culminating in a successful project defense.
- 12 of the remaining 24 units must be departmental courses at the 400 level or above. Of these 12 units, 9 units must be at the 500 level.
- With departmental approval, up to 12 units may be taken from outside of the department. Such approval shall be contingent on the credits being suitably technical graduate-level content. To count more than 6 units from outside the CSE department, an appropriate justification for the additional increment shall be provided by the adviser and student. Departmental approval shall be evaluated with increasing stringency for each additional increment.
- Up to 15 units of 400-level courses can count for graduate credit.
- None of the 30 units may be taken as independent study (i.e., CSE 400 or CSE 500).
- Courses with an "N" designation do not count toward the master's degree.
- All courses must be taken for a grade of C- or better.
- As per Engineering School guidelines, students must maintain a GPA of at least 2.70.
- Resources for current students
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Master's Program Director
McKelvey Hall, Room 1036
Graduate Program Coordinator
McKelvey Hall, Room 1010
- International Students
E60-505 - Communication tools for Academic and Professional Success
McKelvey School of Engineering requires all incoming international students who submit a TOEFL or IETLS score or has not obtained a minimum of 3 years of education in the U.S. to take a course in communication. This new course was first offered in Fall of 2018. This course does not cost extra for full-time students and is not counted toward the degree or the gpa.
Fall entry: March 1
Spring entry: October 1