Graduate Certificates: Computational Intelligence, Electric Machines and Drives, Electric Power Systems Engineering, Information Assurance & Security Officer Essentials, Network Centric Systems, Master of Science in Computer Engineering
Computer engineers serve a vital role in driving and implementing new technologies. From technical proficiency in software and hardware to the understanding of complex systems, economic impact and ethics, students in the computer engineering program become competent problem solvers at all levels of computer engineering. This program provides students with the unique opportunity to learn about the relationships among different engineering disciplines.
Areas of study include: Design of Digital Systems, Electrical Engineering, Computer Architecture, Embedded Computer Systems, Computer Networks, Network-Centric Systems and Computational Intelligence.
This degree (offered as both thesis and non-thesis options) requires 30 credit hours of coursework to complete.
Since 1913, Missouri University of Science and Technology has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
International Student Requirements:
TOEFL > 92 iBT – internet based test; 580 PBT – paper based test; 237 CBT - computer based test