The Ohio Board of Regents has approved the new Master of Science in Software Engineering (MSSE) degree program at Cleveland State University that will begin this fall. It is the first MSSE program in the state of Ohio. This program is the successor to the existing Graduate Certificate program in Software Engineering.
Quoted From CSU Press Release # 13631
The Master of Science in Software Engineering (MSSE) is the first in Ohio. It is a joint interdisciplinary program between the College of Engineering and its department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the College of Business’ department of Computer and Information Science (CIS). The program is the successor to the existing Graduate Certificate program in Software Engineering and is intended for both practicing professionals and full-time students in the areas of software engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, computer science or information management.
The program introduces students to current and best practices in the engineering of software development. A distinguishing feature is its emphasis on the architecture, coding, deployment, management, economics, security, and reliability aspects of software engineering. Students will take a project from start to completion, learning the requirements of specific deliverables and the development life cycle. Critical management issues such as risk assessment, project planning, and market analysis are also covered. The program will expose students to new technical developments in an advancing field and how to apply their knowledge in their workplace. Graduates will meet the demands of industry survey results and address the needs for information technology professionals in general, and for software engineers in particular, in Northeast Ohio.
Description of the program:
To learn more, contact Fenn College's Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at 216-687-2589.