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Computer Engineering - M.S.

Computer engineers apply engineering concepts to creatively design, develop and implement hardware and software systems.

Why Choose Computer Engineering?

This badge signifies our computer engineering masters program is a stem-designated program.

Today, computer engineers make up one of the highest-paying and most in-demand career fields in the world.

According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs for software developers, quality assurance analysts and testers is set to increase 22% by 2030. In New York City, the growth is clear – jobs are continuing to increase in telecommunications, computing devices, cloud computing and medicine. 

The College’s 30-credit computer engineering program is designed for students looking to join this growing industry.  

Customize Your Degree

As a graduate student in computer engineering, the following concentrations are available: 

  • Bioelectrical Engineering
  • Cybersecurity
  • Cognitive and Mobile Cloud Computing
  • Remote Sensing and Space Systems

Students can further customize their degree by selecting specific courses and research interests in one of the following areas:

  • Aerospace and space systems, avionics, remote sensing 
  • Software engineering
  • Artificial intelligence, big data, and machine learning, deep learning
  • Computer visualization, cognitive imaging and computer graphics
  • Bioinspired robotic vision, unmanned autonomous guided systems,
  • Biomedical engineering (bioelectric engineering), medical devices, medical imaging
  • Cybersecurity systems
  • Image processing
  • Embedded computing
  • High performance computing
  • Augmented intelligence and power systems
  • Green energy

Faculty & Research  

Faculty in the computer engineering graduate program work side-by-side with individual students on research projects. They’ll also help with job placement. The Electrical & Computer Engineering department employs ten full-time faculty, among them Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow George Giakos, and three IEEE Senior Members; Mahmoud Amin, Ahmed Hussein and Yi Wang. Find our full list of faculty here.

Graduate students can apply for a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, which recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The fellowship includes a stipend to support international research and professional development. Additional research opportunities exist through industrial sponsorships and internships.

What Will You Learn?

As a student in the computer engineering M.S. program, you will learn: 

  • Cognitive computing systems
  • Computer architecture
  • Computer systems, organization and design
  • Big data, machine learning, deep learning
  • Data communications and computer networks

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Admissions Requirements

Review the requirements and application process for this graduate program.

What Will You Do?

The computer engineering M.S. program at Manhattan will prepare you for advanced level positions and for admission into doctoral programs.

Our graduates have interned and worked at:

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