The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science is growing rapidly and aims to be one of the leading research and educational schools of engineering in the country by 2020. With The University of Texas at Dallas’ unique history of starting as a graduate institution first, the Jonsson School is built on a legacy of valuing innovative research and providing advanced training for engineers and computer scientists. Located in the high-tech region of North Texas, the Jonsson School averages more than 500 student placements a year at Dallas-area high-tech companies and is in perfect position to achieve its goals. The school’s graduate program in Software Engineering ranks 2nd in the State of Texas and 24th worldwide based on faculty member’s research productivity.
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The Executive Master’s of Science in Software Engineering (EMSE) program serves the needs of working professionals who seek an academic experience that meets their demanding schedule and is immediately applicable to their workplace. It aims to equip students with the skills necessary to claim positions of increasing professional responsibility throughout their careers. The program has a convenient schedule with classes that meet only one Friday and two Saturdays each month, allowing students to manage work responsibilities and get a Master’s Degree in just 20 months.
The EMSE program is an opportunity for intensive learning and intellectual growth to help build a solid foundation for career development. Our curriculum includes advanced courses on:
- Software Requirements engineering
- Software Architecture and Design
- Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
- Database Design
- Software Testing
- Software Project Planning and Management
- Software Quality Assurance
- Software Maintenance
- Real-Time Systems, Information Security
- Big Data Analytics
- Information security
- Cloud Computing