The Accelerated Master of Science in Software Engineering is a four-semester, on-campus degree program. The program consists of 30 units (10 courses) that are completed over 17 months. Students are grouped into a cohort that follows the same class schedule throughout the program.
The program curriculum is designed with the following learning goals: comprehension of software standards, implementation and management of software process, assessment/appraisal of software process, management of legal and ethical issues, collaboration and teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving, research and communication.
CPSC 541: Systems and Software Standards and Requirements
CPSC 543: Software Maintenance
CPSC 544: Advanced Software Process
CPSC 545: Software Design and Architecture
Software Process Evaluation Courses
CPSC 542: Software Verification and Validation
CPSC 547: Software Measurement
- All courses are three units. -
|Fall||Aug to Dec||CPSC 541||Systems and Software Standards and Requirements||3|
|CPSC 544||Advanced Software Process||3|
|CPSC 589||Seminar in Computer Science||3|
||Jan to May||CPSC 542||Software Verification and Validation||3|
|CPSC 545||Software Design and Architecture||3|
|CPSC 546||Modern Software Management||3|
|CPSC 548||Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues for Software Engineers||3|
|Summer||May to June||CPSC 543||Software Maintenance||3|
|Fall||Aug to Dec||CPSC 547||Software Measurement||3|
|CPSC 597||Graduate Project in Computer Science||3|
“I have been able to put all my coursework into practice and learned a lot through the OPT program, including project development and cloud infrastructure.”
- Kaushik Bhalerao, AMSE alum
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Our program is a fast and affordable way to advance in the software engineering field. Learn more about program costs on our Fees page.