The MS program in software engineering focuses on developing advanced knowledge and abilities in the design and application of software. The program involves the application of engineering principles to software development including design methodologies, operation principles and maintenance and testing approaches. The Master of Science program in software engineering builds upon the BS program in software engineering and is aimed at developing professional skills in this discipline as well as providing opportunities for students to engage in and develop research abilities.
*GRE waiver: GRE score is waived for students with an undergraduate degree in software engineering, computer science, or computer engineering with 3.0+ GPA in their last 60 credit hours (Junior/Senior year) from a U.S. ABET accredited university. GRE is waived for students from any ASU STEM undergraduate degree (other than software engineering, computer science, computer engineering) with 3.75+ GPA in their last 60 credit hours (Junior/Senior year). GRE waiver does not apply to PhD applicants.
Fall: 15th January
Spring: 15th September
School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering
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