2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
    Oct 25, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Combined Computer Engineering, BS & Computer Engineering, MS


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The combined B.S..in Computer Engineering/M.S. in Computer Engineering program allows students to earn a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a M.S. in Computer Engineering in a total of 5 years. Up to nine (9) semester credit hours of graduate electives at the CS/CEG 6000/7000 may be double-counted and applied to both the B.S. and the M.S degree requirements.

Admission Requirements:

  • Full-time student
  • Computer Engineering major
  • Have between 60 and 90 credit hours toward your degree
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2
  • Overall GPA in Computer Science and Engineering courses of at least 3.2

Complete the admission application.

Once admitted to the program the student must complete a program of study for the M.S. in Computer Engineering.

Program Learning Outcomes:

Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in computer engineering will have:

  • an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
  • an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  • an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  • an ability to communicate effectively
  • the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  • a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  • a knowledge of contemporary issues an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Graduates of the Master's of Science program in Computer Engineering shall:

  • Have the ability to apply abstract reasoning to complex problems in computer engineering, and
  • Have the ability to solve a broad range of problems through the application of current computer engineering techniques.

For additional information:

 

Program Requirements:


I. Wright State Core: 42 Hours


Mathematics: 4 Hours


Global Traditions: 6 Hours


Required

Arts/Humanities: 3 Hours


Social Sciences: 6 Hours


Natural Science: 10 Hours


Required

Additional Core Courses: 7 Hours


  • Credit Hour(s): 4
  • Additional courses in MTH, STT, CHM, BIO, PHY, or EES appropriate for EES appropriate for science or engineering majorsCredit Hour(s): 3

II. Computer Science and Engineering Courses: 59 Hours


A. Required Computer Science Courses: 11 Hours


B. Required Computer Engineering Courses: 25 Hours


C. B.S. - M.S. Dual Credit Electives: 9 hours


9 credit hours must be at the CS/CEG 6000/7000 level

D. Other Required Engineering Courses: 11 Hours


E. Lower Level Technical Electives: 3 Hours


Lower Level Technical Electives: 3 hours  of CS/CEG or EE credits at the 3000 level.

III. Required Mathematics/Statistics Courses: 11 Hours


IV. General Electives: 8 Hours


Electives may be from any area of study approved by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

V. Non-Thesis Option: 21 hours


The 9 credit hours of the B.A. - M.S. Dual Electives may be M.S Computer Engineering core classes or Computer Science/Computer Engineering Electives.

A. Program Requirements:


Minimum 30 CS/CEG graduate credit hours. This includes credit hours taken as Dual Credit Electives. At least 16 credit hours must be in CEG courses.

6 credit hours of CS/CEG core classes

12 additional credit hours of CS/CEG courses at the 7000/8000 level

Maximum of 12 credit hours of CS/CEG 6000 level courses, including a maximum of 3 credit hours of independent study

Completion of all requirements in 6 years

B. CS/CEG core courses:


The 9 credit hours of the B.A. - M.S. Dual Electives may be M.S Computer Engineering core classes or Computer Science/Computer Engineering Electives.

C. CS/CEG 7000/8000 level courses


Total of 12 credit hours at the CS/CEG 7000/8000 level required including those taken as Dual Credit Electives

D. CS/CEG 6000 level courses


Maximum of 12 credit hours at the 6000 level, including a maximum of 3 credit hours of independent study

CS/CEG 6000 level courses may include Dual Credit Electives

V. Thesis Option: 21 hours


The 9 credit hours of the B.A. - M.S. Dual Electives may be M.S Computer Engineering core classes or Computer Science/Computer Engineering Electives.

A. Program Requirements:


Minimum 30 CS/CEG graduate credit hours. This includes credit hours taken as Dual Credit Electives. At least 16 credit hours must be in CEG courses.

6 credit hours of CS/CEG core classes

6 additional credit hours of CS/CEG courses at the 7000/8000 level

Maximum of 9 credit hours of CS/CEG 6000 level courses, including a maximum of 3 credit hours of independent study

Maximum of 9 credit hours of thesis

Submission of an approved CEG Master’s thesis

Completion of all requirements in 6 years

B. CS/CEG core courses:


The 9 credit hours of the B.A. - M.S. Dual Electives may be M.S Computer Engineering core classes or Computer Science/Computer Engineering Electives.

C. CS/CEG 7000/8000 level courses


Total of 6 credit hours at the CS/CEG 7000/8000 level required including those taken as Dual Credit Electives

D. CS/CEG 6000 level courses


Maximum of 9 credit hours at the 6000 level, including a maximum of 3 credit hours of independent study

CS/CEG 6000 level courses may include Dual Credit Electives

E. Thesis: 9 hours maximum


Submission of an approved CEG Master’s thesis

Total: 141 hours


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