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New academic degree programs

New academic degree programs

New academic programsComputer engineering M.S., Ph.D.

The computer engineering degree program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to advance and develop new paradigms for the design, system integration, testing, evaluation and deployment of state-of-the-art hardware and software systems that include computing, communications and networking (wired and wireless), control functions, sensing, signal processing and actuation. It is a multidisciplinary program that builds on the fundamentals of computer science, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and applied mathematics, with a balance between hardware and software courses. Learn more about the Computer Engineering graduate program.

Construction engineering, M.S.E.

The Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E) in Construction Engineering graduate program is a multidisciplinary program encompassing the areas of geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering and construction management. The program provides scientific and technical knowledge that is used to construct infrastructure projects commonly used in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (A/E/C) industry.

The program is designed for students who are interested in continuing their education in engineering with a focus on construction. This M.S.E. degree will also help graduates meet new licensure and professional practice requirements such as those recommended by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). ASCE is the professional society for all civil engineers, which is strongly pushing for a master’s degree as the minimum degree required for all practicing civil engineers.  Learn more about the Construction Engineering graduate program.

Solar energy engineering and commercialization professional science master’s program

The Professional Science Master’s in Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization at ASU is the only program of its kind that enables students to develop an advanced understanding of solar energy technologies, but also the business, regulatory and nontechnical knowledge necessary for successful development and commercialization. The program aims to create technically trained leaders, capable of taking research breakthroughs to commercial application. Learn more about the Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization P.S.M.

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