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Are you ready to take your computer engineering skills to the next level? Look no further than the Computer Engineering (MS) programme at Clemson University. With two options to choose from - all-coursework or thesis - you can tailor your studies to suit your interests. Plus, you have the opportunity to include a minor area in your degree programme. The programme covers a wide range of topics, including communications, power and electronics. At Clemson, you'll gain hands-on experience through research and design projects, and develop essential skills in teamwork and leadership. Join us and become a problem-solving, innovative engineer of the future. Visit our website for more information on entry requirements.

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Students who enroll in the Department's M.S. program may choose an all-coursework option or a thesis option.All M.S. students are admitted into a focus area, and must satisfy the requirements for that particular area. Focus area requirements can be found in Appendix A of the ECE Graduate Student Handbook.

Each Master's candidate may also include a minor area in the degree program. The addition of a minor requires two courses (six hours) in an area outside of the major, such as math, physics, computer science, or industrial engineering, as approved by the Department’s advisory committee.

All-Coursework Option:

The student’s plan of study must include a minimum of 30 credit hours, at least 18 of which must be at the 8000 level.

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Entry Requirements

You can view the median test scores of admitted students by program offered at Clemson University. While we do not have a minimum GRE, TOEFL or GPA, we typically seek out applicants with scores in this general range of test scores.

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