Master of Science and PhD in Computer Engineering program at CASE is particularly deliberated for engineers aspiring to excel in knowledge of emerging trends and technological modernization. It encompasses areas that are in line with hi-tech industry requirements in the field. The program is targeted to equip technical managers with necessary knowledge to make them remain competitive in this technological area. The curriculum has been designed with the aim of providing breadth and depth of knowledge in key areas that evolve with society needs.
Currently, the following areas of specializations are being offered in Computer Engineering:
Each student of Computer Engineering has to select one Area of Specialization (AOS) out of the two available options. The courses of the remaining AOS of the ECE Department (including non selected AOS of electrical engineering, computer engineering, information security, and software engineering) will then become areas for Additional Graduate Hours (AGH). Student opting for any AOS also has a recommended list of AGH courses specified. However, students can also choose other course too accordingly to their interest in consultation with the academic advisors. A student has to select one Minor area and complete the entire Minor course work requirement from that area.
A student planning for a PhD is required to take Mathematics as a minor.
A sample list of courses from different areas of specializations is given below:
Specialization – Computer Networks:
Students choosing Computer Networks as their AOS must take two courses marked with asterisk (*) from Computer Networks sub area.
Recommended AGH Courses
Recommended AGH Courses for this specialization are given below.
Specialization – Digital Design and Computer Architecture:
Students choosing Digital Design and Computer Architecture as their AOS must take at least three courses marked with asterisk (*) from Digital Design and Computer Architecture Area:
Recommended AGH Courses:
Recommended AGH Courses for this specialization are given below: