2010-2011 Catalog 
    
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2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Software Engineering, ME


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Complex software-intensive systems permeate every aspect of our lives. These systems are among the most complex products humankind has ever tackled. Software engineering is the disciplined application of proven principles, techniques, and tools to the creation and maintenance of cost-effective, user friendly software systems that solve real problems.

To accommodate the demand for well educated software engineers in almost all industries today, UCCS has established the Master of Engineering degree in Software Engineering. UCCS offers a unique environment to study, learn, and share experiences surrounding this special engineering discipline. Our faculty comes from a broad spectrum of backgrounds. Many have had years of experience in industry prior to joining the faculty. The result is a diverse melting pot of ideas, technologies, and experiences.

Courses at the graduate level (and the undergraduate courses required for admission to the graduate program) are regularly offered in the late afternoon and evening to enable students from local industry to continue their studies.

Admission Requirements

  1. A Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics, computer science, engineering, information systems.
  2. An overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0; awarded within the past five years) or minimum1800 GRE (verbal + quantitative + analytic). Applicants with a grade point average of less than 3.0 awarded more than five years ago will be admitted on a case-by-case basis. Applicants with a grade point average between 2.75 and 3.0 awarded within the past five years may be admitted provisionally.
  3. It is recommended that the applicant have two years experience with commercial, industrial or government software development or maintenance.
  4. A concise statement of experience and career goals.
  5. Completed Admission Forms, including two copies of official transcripts and four references sent to the Computer Science Department.

Program Prerequisites


Knowledge of modern programming language, e.g. Java, C++

Note:


Some of these courses may have prerequisites.

Any comparable course from another approved university will suffice.

Additional Graduate Degree Requirements


See also Graduate Degree Requirements for EAS and the Graduate School Requirements.

Plus one of the following options:


In either option, a maximum of two cross-listed courses can be applied to the requirements of the degree program.

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