The Master of Science in Computer Engineering program consists of at least seven 3 credit hours courses, making a total of 21 credit hours of course work, in accordance with the EMU by-laws. Students accepted in probation status must complete the undergraduate courses assigned to them by the Graduate Committee, and pass these courses, before they can become regular M.SC students. Graduate courses shall be selected by the student from the computer Engineering Department graduate curriculum, or from another related graduate curriculum, under the supervision of his/her thesis supervisor, or with the consent of the Graduate program supervisor of the Department.
All M.Sc students are required to prepare and defend an M.Sc thesis under the supervision of a faculty member approved by the Department. Every student must find an M.Sc thesis supervisor, the latest at the beginning of the second semester of his/her graduate study.The M.Sc thesis should present the results of scholarly investigation of a topic related with the field of Computer Engineering. An M.Sc student should complete all the required studies, including courses and thesis work, within the minimum and maximum time set by the EMU by laws.