The Option III Software Engineering Program is offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and is tailored to meet the demanding schedule of working professionals.
The program’s curriculum provides students with the ability to better analyze and design software systems through course offerings such as software requirements, architectural design, verification and validation, as well
as security networks and the technology utilized to enhance these software engineering systems.
Overall the program provides students with the knowledge and skills to deliver robust, advanced, on-time, and in-budget software systems for their organization.
- Tailored for busy schedules
- Two-year program provides the opportunity to pursue a master’s degree while working full-time
- Graduates receive the same Master’s Degree awarded by the traditional, full-time graduate program.
- Courses taught by top-ranked Cockrell School of Engineering faculty.
- Acquire the knowledge and tools to deliver robust-advanced, on-time, and in-budget software systems
- Design, construct, analyze, test, deploy, and maintain software systems using state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice methods and tools.
- Learn key proficiencies in current and emerging software system technology and gain the ability to better manage software projects
Earn your Master of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering with a concentration in Software Engineering in just two years.
“The Software Engineering Masters degree program at The University of Texas
offers courses, projects, and a professional network to accelerate your career as
a valued professional capable of designing, deploying, sustaining, managing
and leading the software systems that will be critical to virtually all businesses
for years to come.” - Dr. Suzanne Barber, Program Director
WHAT OTHER ENGINEERS ARE SAYING
“The software architecture class this semester was a great learning experience.
With Dr. Barber’s feedback from the presentation, I was able to make a successful
business case to my boss and secure the architects role with a 10% pay
increase.” - Moshiul Arefin, Senior Software Engineer, Nighthawk