The broad scope of the M.S. in Computer Science and its advanced professional training give you the tools for solid success in a field of constantly evolving computing disciplines and applications. You can use this degree to either enter the computing field or advance in it — as well as in any field related to it.
The Master of Science program in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) provides students and practicing engineers alike with a background for analysis, design, development, or research on electrical or computer engineering systems.
In an increasingly interconnected world, the field of environmental engineering has expanded rapidly to include areas such as water and air pollution, groundwater contamination, solid and hazardous waste management, and industrial waste treatment.
The Master of Science degree in Engineering and Operations Management (M.S.E.O.M.) provides engineering and technical professionals with the knowledge and skills required to assume leadership positions in manufacturing and service organizations.
Industrial engineers are the ones who typically join small companies and roll back their sleeves to tackle quality problems, assembly bottlenecks and queues, common defects, and wasteful delays and inventories. It is the IE who uses creativity and a technical toolbox to make American manufacturing competitive.
Designed for professionally employed engineers and scientists, the Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering increases each student’s knowledge and competence in modern analysis and synthesis techniques as they apply to engineering design.
A Network Systems graduate will be equipped with the demonstrated, practical knowledge necessary to rapidly become a productive employee whose duties include the setup, configuration and maintenance of small to large-scale networks.