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Overview | Curriculum | Careers

The Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers two options for a Master of Science in Computer Engineering (MSCE): a non-thesis option that requires a minimum of 33 credits, and a thesis option that requires a minimum of 30 credits, including 6 credits of thesis.

Curriculum

The three core groups of courses are listed in the table below.

Computer Architecture and Design
Title Course No.
Advanced Computer Architecture CDA 6155
Embedded System Design I CDA 6316
Multiprocessor Architecture CDA 6132
Structured VLSI Design CDA 6214
Software Development
Title Course No.
Object-Oriented Software Design COP 5339
Software Engineering CEN 5035
Programming Languages COT 5310
Concurrent Programming COP 6618
Software Testing CEN 6076
Computer Systems
Title Course No.
Computer Performance Modeling CEN 6405
Computer Data Security CIS 6370
Theory and Implementation of Database Systems COP 6731
Mobile Computing CIS 6302
Data Mining and Machine Learning CAP 6673
Multimedia Systems CAP 6010
Evaluation of Parallel and Distributed Systems CDA 6122

Suggested Careers

      – Computer Systems/Information Systems Engineer
      – Computer Engineer
      – Software Engineer
      – Project Engineer
      – Data Center Engineer
      – LAN Engineer

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Degree Details
College College of Engineering and Computer Science
Degree type MS
*Cost per credit
- In State (FL) $369.82
- Out of State (FL) $1,024.81
Credits needed to graduate 33 (without Thesis)
* cost per credit and total cost are calculated using tuition per credit and associated fees for the current academic year. It does not include course materials, textbook expenses, and other potential expenses related to individual courses. See academic calendar for our quarter term schedule.
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