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  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Graduate Programs in Computer Engineering


Directors
Sujeet Shenoi
Heng-Ming Tai

Professors
Kaveh Ashenayi
J. C. Diaz
Rose F. Gamble
John C. Hale
Peter G. LoPresti
Dale A. Schoenefeld
Sandip Sen
Sujeet Shenoi
Surendra Singh
Heng-Ming Tai
Roger L. Wainwright
Associate Professors
Roger Mailler
Peter Hawrylak
Brett McKinney
Mauricio Papa

Assistant Professors
Hani Girgis
Loyd Hook  
Sandeep Kuttal
Tyler Moore

The Tandy School of Computer Science  and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  at The University of Tulsa jointly offer programs leading to the Master of Science in Engineering  degree, the Master of Engineering  degree, and the Doctor of Philosphy  degree in computer engineering.

Mission Statement

The mission of the graduate programs in Computer Engineering is to

  • Create and maintain an exceptional academic and research environment in the discipline of computer engineering;
  • Produce world-class graduates for academia, industry and government who will strive to push the frontiers of the discipline while making tangible contributions to society; and
  • Conduct scholarly research in computer engineering and related fields.

Learning Objectives

Master of Engineering. Students will be able to:

  • Apply hardware and software techniques and problem solving to a variety of topics in computer engineering.
  • Demonstrate the basis for ethical behavior, conduct and responsibility demanded of computer engineering professionals.

Master of Science in Engineering. Students will be able to:

  • Apply hardware and software techniques and problem solving to a variety of topics in computer engineering.
  • Demonstrate the basis for ethical behavior, conduct and responsibility demanded of computer engineering professionals.
  • Develop the ability to conduct research projects.

Doctor of Philosophy.  The primary focus in selecting and training candidates for the doctoral program is to ensure breadth and depth of knowledge and to develop the student’s ability to conduct independent and productive research, synthesis, and design. The objectives of the program are:

  • To ensure skills in the use of the tools of computer engineering and to ensure a broad understanding of the discipline’s basic areas.
  • To ensure a firm foundation in computational mathematics and engineering sciences.
  • To provide opportunities for advanced specialization and creative research in computer engineering.
  • To provide the environment and academic, research and outreach opportunities that will prepare students to make tangible contributions to the computer engineering and to society.

Programs

    Master’sDoctoral