MS in Computer Engineering
Case Western Reserve University



About Case Western Reserve University

Case Western Reserve University is a private research university in Cleveland, Ohio. Created in 1967 by the amalgamation of the Case Institute of Technology and the Western Reserve University, CWRU is consistently ranked among the top 50 universities in the United States. Although it’s an excellent school for just about any course, special mention of its Biomedical program must be made. If you’re a Biomed/Biotech student, Case Western should definitely be one of your top picks.


OVERVIEW OF Computer Engineering
AT Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)


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Tuition Fee
$22,356

STEM Course
The MS in Computer Engineering at CWRU is a government-designated STEM degree and so international students may be eligible for the 24-month F1 OPT (optional practical training) extension.

Course Duration
24 months



AVERAGE PROFILE OF ADMITS
BASED ON PAST YOCKETERS ADMITTED


GRE

314


TOEFL

101


UG Score

8 CGPA


Work Ex

15 months

UPCOMING DEADLINES
CWRU Computer Engineering

Spring Deadline (Send docs)
01 October, 2019

Fall Deadline (Send docs)
01 February, 2020


DECISION DATES*

N.A.


Course Description

Graduate students shall be admitted to one of two MS degree programs (Plan A or Plan B) upon recommendation of the faculty of the Department. The MS Plan A degree program is composed of two components:

  1. graduate-level coursework and
  2. a research-oriented thesis. Progression through the program is monitored by a Program of Study.

Each MS Plan A student is required to file a Program of Study through SIS. The MS Plan B degree program is composed of two components:

  1. graduate-level coursework and
  2. a research-oriented project. Progression through the program is
    monitored by a Program of Study. Each MS Plan B student is required to file a Program of Study through SIS.

Courses Required:

  • MS Plan A
    The Program of Study must contain at least 30 semester credit hours of coursework at the 400 level or above, of which a minimum of 1 8 credits must be from non-thesis related courses. Each MS Plan A student must complete at least 9 credit hours of EECS 651 Thesis M.S., which is the course associated with MS thesis research.
  • The MS Plan B Degree Program
    It is composed of two components:
    • graduate-level coursework and
    • A research-oriented project. Progression through the program is monitored by a Program of Study. Each MS Plan B student is required to file a Program of Study through SIS. The Program of Study must contain at least 30 semester credit hours of coursework at the 400 level or above, of which a minimum of 21 credits must be from courses other than EECS 695 Project M.S. (which is the course associated with the MS research project). A MS Plan B student must complete at least 3 credit hours of EECS 695 Project MS.

In particular, students should have knowledge in data structures, algorithms and operating systems equivalent to that in the courses:

  • EECS 233 Introduction to Data Structures
  • EECS 340 Algorithms
  • EECS 338 Intro to Operating Systems and Concurrent Programming



Eligibility and Application Requirements

Applicants should reach out directly to the program or department to which they are applying for specific program-related questions. Addresses for departments are in the Program Information section of the application or listed on their individual websites. Each program within the School of Graduate Studies is responsible for recommending admission of new graduate students.

  • Online application system
  • CWRU Network IIDs
  • Transcripts
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Test scores
  • Application fee
  • Admission decisions and acceptance letters
  • TOEFL score of at least 577 on the paper-based exam or 90 on the internet-based exam.
  • GRE scores



Job Prospects and Placements for Computer Engineering at Case Western Reserve University

Students should be aware of graduation requirements early in pursuit of master's and doctoral work. All students are required to apply in advance to graduate. Do this by completing the graduation application in the Student Information System (SIS). Select your degree for detailed steps to completion:

  • Master's (thesis)
  • Master's (non-thesis)

EECS is at the heart of modern technology. Its disciplines are responsible for the devices and
microprocessors powering our computers and embedded into everyday devices, from cell phones and tablets to automobiles and airplanes. Healthcare is increasingly building on EECS technologies: micro/nano-systems, electronics/instrumentation, implantable systems, wireless medical devices, surgical robots, imaging, medical informatics, bioinformatics, system biology, and data mining and visualization.





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