Requirements for the M.S. Degree in Information Systems Engineering

To receive the MS in Information Systems Engineering degree the student must obtain a minimum of 3.0 overall GPA in the courses taken to satisfy the requirements of this program. In addition, the student must satisfy all other requirements of the Graduate School not mentioned here. Following are the specific requirements that must be met to obtain the degree:

Each student must complete a minimum of 30 credits of graduate course work, consistent with program guidelines.

Each student must complete 15 credits of core courses (Systems Engineering Principles, Quantitative Computer Architecture, Data Management, Analysis, Modeling, and Design, Data Communications and Networking).

A three-credit course covering an integration topic is required for all students (e.g., ISE 511, CSE 580, or CSE 523).

The required courses total eighteen credits, including the fifteen credits of core courses and three credits of integration. A minimum of twelve credits of electives is required of all students, out of which nine credits must be taken in the area of specialization. In case of core courses waived for equivalent courses taken previously, the student must earn those credits through electives at the University at Stony Brook, bringing the total credits to a minimum of 30.

A maximum of six credits of graduate course work can be transferred for the courses taken elsewhere provided these credits were not used by the previous institution to award a degree.

Each student is assigned an academic advisor who must approve the coursework, area of specialization and sequence of courses.

Curriculum for the Executive Track: The executive track is designed primarily for the employees of one company (or a group of companies). This requirement is identical to the requirement of the standard program. The curriculum is common to all the students in the program and targeted to the interests of the sponsoring company (or companies).

Courses for the M.S. Degree in Information Systems Engineering

Information Systems Engineering (ESE)

ISE 503 Data Management

ISE 504 Analysis, Modeling and Design

ISE 506 Quantitative Computer Architecture

ISE 516 Systems Engineering Principles

ISE 517 Human Factors in Systems Engineering

Applied Mathematics & Statistics (AMS)

A complete description of AMS courses below can be found at www.grad.sunysb.edu/academics/bulletin/Ams.pdf.

AMS 507 Introduction to Probability

AMS 550 Operations Research: Stochastic Models

AMS 553 Simulation and Modeling

Biomedical Engineering (BME)

A complete description of BME courses below can be found at www.bme.sunysb.edu/bme/grad/courses.html.

BME 526 Biological Systems Engineering

Technology and Society (EMP and EST)

A complete description of EMP courses below can be found at www.sunysb.edu/est/courses/graduate.html.

EMP 518 Project Management

EST 530 Internet Electronic Commerce

EST 582 Systems Approach to Human-Machine Systems

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ESE)

A complete description of ESE courses below can be found at www.ee.sunysb.edu/~www/grad/coursedescriptions_b.html

ESE 504 Performance and Evaluation of Communication and Computer Systems

ESE 505 Traffic Performance Analysis of Mobile, Wireless, and Personal Communication Systems

ESE 528 Communication Systems

ESE 546 Computer Communication Networks I

ESE 547 Digital Signal Processing

ESE 548 Computer Communication Networks II

Business Technology Management

A complete description of BTM courses below can be found at www.grad.sunysb.edu/academics/bulletin/Bus.pdf

BTM 514 Quality Management and Quality Assurance

Computer Science (CSE)

A complete description of CSE courses below can be found at www.cs.sunysb.edu/graduate/courses/.

CSE 500 Patterns in Programming

CSE 506 Operating Systems

CSE 515 Introduction to Transaction Processing Systems

CSE 523 Introduction to Software Engineering and Project Planning I

CSE 524 Introduction to Software Engineering and Project Planning II

CSE 533 Computer Network Communications Protocols

CSE 536 Introduction to User-Interface Development