The professional master’s program in embedded systems engineering (ESE) provides comprehensive coverage of essential embedded technologies, current tools and trends. It is structured to provide students with a broad, versatile skillset and coupled with industry input for continuous curriculum updates.
Through flexible core course options and electives, students enrolled in the ESE program may pursue a 9-credit hour certificate or a 30-credit hour degree. Many courses offer distance learning options. Please refer to our course schedule for more information.
The ESE courses lead to a Professional Master of Science degree or a Master of Engineering degree through successful completion of 30 credit hours under the rules of the corresponding degree.
ESE program requirements, effective fall 2017*:
The ESE program offers an abundance of courses relative to the program requirements. These courses are also offered frequently, providing great flexibility for degree planning.
*ESE graduate students who began their ESE coursework prior to fall 2017 should consult their academic advisors.
A Professional Certificate in ESE requires successful completion of 9 credit hours (with no lower than a B- in any of these three courses):