Computer Science and Engineering
UConn’s Master of Engineering (MENG) in Computer Science and Engineering is a 30-credit graduate degree that provides students with the breadth of skills, theoretical foundations, practical education and experience to enhance their knowledge and expand their technology leadership responsibilities in a computer related field.
Our graduates command positions at:
- Over 30 different colleges and universities across the world.
- Technology companies such as Intel, IBM, Microsoft, Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), EMC, Carrier, Pratt & Whitney, UTRC and Anderson Consulting.
- Research centers such as NIST, IBM White Plains, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Xerox Corporate Research & Technology and the United Technology Research Center (UTRC).
This internationally-recognized graduate program is supported by a wide selection of graduate courses, seminars, and colloquia; the program offers considerable flexibility to create a plan of study tailored to students’ needs and interests.
To view the MENG Computer Science and Engineering Plan of Study CLICK HERE.
MENG Computer Science and Engineering International Students, please visit the Computer Science & Engineering International Students Page for important information.
Computer Science & Engineering Department: Admission Requirements.docx