Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
West Virginia University
PO Box 6109
Morgantown, WV 26506-6109
The M.S.S.E. degree is a unique extended learning program that provides graduate level software engineering expertise to individuals who are currently working in the computer and information technology industry. The M.S.S.E. program aspires to serve both adult learners from the local computer and information technology industry, and extended learning students taking the course from remote locations. The typical M.S.S.E. student is a full time information technology professional who wishes to augment his work experience with additional academic enrichment.
The core course foundation for the Master's of Science in Software Engineering is realized through the Software Engineering Certificate Program. The Certificate consists of 15 credits, 12 of which can be completed as a non-degree student. The Master's degree requires 18 credits in addition to the certificate. To work towards a master's degree the student must be accepted to the MSSE program.
The courses for both the Certificate and the Master's degree are offered one evening per week, live via the internet, using the WVU eCampus web site. Check out our Blog for more program insights from the Program Coordinator and others at WVU Software Engineering Program Blog. To access current term classes, login to ecampus at http://ecampus.wvu.edu.
As far as possible, full information about the program is maintained on these web pages:
If you have further questions after reviewing this information, please contact Mr. Dale Dzielski by (preferred) or at 304.293.9135.