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Masters in Computer and Information Science
The Computer and Information Science master's degree program, in conjunction with the Rackham School of Graduate Studies, is designed to prepare students for professional practice, as well as further studies and research in the computing field. The program offers a 30-credit hour curriculum consisting of required core courses and technical electives.

All courses have access to a wide variety of computing resources: local area networks of approximately 200 Quad Core and I7 PC's, as well as the CAD/CAM/Robotics Laboratory, the Agile Software Engineering Laboratory, and the Games and Multimedia Entertainment Laboratory.

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Masters in Software Engineering
The Software Engineering master's degree program, in conjunction with the Rackham School of Graduate Studies, is designed as a 30-credit hour interdisciplinary graduate program jointly administered by the Department of Computer and Information Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The curriculum consists of required core courses and technical electives, providing opportunities to design and implement embedded systems and large-scale software systems.

All courses have access to a wide variety of computing resources: local area networks of approximately 200 Quad Core and I7 PC's, as well as the CAD/CAM/Robotics Laboratory, the Agile Software Engineering Laboratory, and the Games and Multimedia Entertainment Laboratory.

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Masters in Information Systems & Technology
This 30 credit hour degree program is for engineers, computer scientists, business people, and other professionals who have responsibility for using, designing, improving, installing, managing, and evaluating integrated enterprise-wide information systems. The program emphasizes business processes and SAP R/3 ERP software to integrate the functional areas, such as manufacturing, distribution, sales, finance, etc. Specialization's are available in the areas of Manufacturing Information Systems and Service Information Systems.

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Ph.D. in Information Systems Engineering
Rapid changes in technology and increasing technological sophistication needed to maintain global competitiveness are causing information technology industries to encourage their workforce to advance its knowledge, skills, and expertise through graduate-level education and training. For many engineers, this means education beyond the master's degree. More specifically, the kind of advanced knowledge needed in niche or specialized areas of emerging technologies can only be offered through doctoral programs that not only allow engineers to acquire and strengthen their own knowledge but also educate them to become technical leaders and technology developers in their own companies.

The Ph.D. in Information Systems Engineering, a joint interdisciplinary degree between the CIS, ECE, and IMSE departments, is designed to meet the need of engineers who want to be the technology leaders of the future. It is a 50 credit hour postgraduate program and can be pursued either on a full-time or a part-time basis. The classes are held in the evenings for the convenience of working engineers. The areas of specialization available in the program include information management and knowledge engineering, computer networks and computer architecture, intelligent systems and human/computer interaction, graphics and visualization, supply chain informatics, web services and security.

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