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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN
INTERNET OF THINGS
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TURN DATA INTO INTELLIGENCE
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Biomedical engineering weaves a strong life science foundation with multidisciplinary engineering fundamentals for investigating and understanding living systems, using quantitative assessment tools, engineering living systems, and developing novel biomedical sensors and devices. The biomedical engineering undergraduate and graduate degrees provide an education that is at the interface of engineering and biology, concentrated in tissue engineering, biosignals and systems, biomaterials and biomechanics.
Civil engineering is one of the oldest of the engineering disciplines. It involves the planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of buildings, highways, railways, bridges, airports, seaports, and other structures of modern society. Given the global need for rebuilding, maintaining and further developing infrastructures, the demand for civil engineers has never been greater. Our civil engineering graduates can choose from a broad spectrum of career opportunities in industry, government and private consulting.
Computer engineers are the brains behind the hardware and software of computers. Our undergraduate and graduate programs in computer engineering emphasize engineering concepts and design in the rapidly expanding field of computer engineering. Students in our computer engineering programs are trained in the areas of hardware architecture, software engineering, hardware-software integration, signal and image processing, instrumentation and filter design, and computer networking.
Technology has influenced every industry as digital breakthroughs proliferate the working world. The evolution of computers has enabled most industries to increasingly rely on computing, digital information and database management as well as programming. Our undergraduate and graduate degree programs in computer science provide strong and advanced skills in computer science including computer organization and architecture, data structures and related algorithms, and programming languages plus technical skills and application of technology.
Construction management degree programs at FIU equip students with the knowledge and skills required for supervisory or managerial positions in the construction industry. Graduates usually find employment as project managers, project schedulers, cost estimators, quality controllers or in managing their own construction firms. Opportunities for employment exist in all areas of the construction industry, including land development, home building, public building, industrialized building systems, marine and highway heavy construction.
Geared to train students for jobs in areas such as data security, systems security management and network threat analysis, FIU’s cybersecurity degree programs prepare students to work on solutions to high- tech 21st century problems, such as how to safeguard devices, software and data from cyber threats as well as protect power grids from hackers.
Data science program at FIU prepares our students for the fastest growing, highest demanded job prospect in recent history. Students pursuing the master’s in data science step into the world of data-driven models and multidimensional datasets and develop solutions and models that apply to the areas of bioinformatics, financial computing, computer forensics, big data algorithms and much more.
From tiny microchips to huge power station generators, electrical engineers are helping environmentally conscious organizations find cleaner ways to derive and use energy to improve sustainability for greater efficiencies, savings and environmental impacts. They design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment. FIU’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs in electrical engineering train students in the areas of electronics and electromagnetism, nanotechnology, power and energy systems, communications, controls, bio-engineering and computers.
Engineering and computing education primarily focuses on understanding how people learn engineering and computing respectively and how to improve instruction. Both are species of discipline-based education research, similar to chemistry education or physics education. It also focuses on broadening participation in engineering and computing -fields that have long exhibited underrepresented of women and underserved minority populations. An advanced degree in engineering and computing education will strengthen the quality and reputation of the teaching of graduate and undergraduate engineering and computer science.
Engineering Management graduate program develops future leaders of business and industry in an engineering and technological environment. The program blends a carefully chosen mix of graduate and interdisciplinary courses across the university in business, law, engineering and computing. The program offers a tailored degree for engineers who would like to take managerial positions and wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for success.
The FIU College of Engineering and Computing has partnered with the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) to offer the FIU Master of Science in Engineering Management in Jamaica. Students in the overseas program benefit from earning a master’s degree from FIU while learning the same curriculum as taught by FIU distinguished faculty in the Miami campus.
- One Year Program
- Flexible Schedule: Weekend Classes
- Modality: in-person
The MSEM program prepares students for a career in today’s diverse and constantly changing marketplace by giving them the knowledge and skills that span both operations and technology. The curriculum includes areas such as business law, project management, marketing, global leadership, TQM, Lean Six Sigma and industrial financial decisions.
- One Year Program
- No GRE Requirement
- Preparation for SAP, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, & Project Management Professional Certs
- Program starts: Fall and Spring
- Modality: in-person
Environmental engineers are the technical professionals who identify and design solutions for environmental problems affecting health issues and the quality of the air, water, and land. The impact of environmental problems on the quality of life has significantly expanded the job opportunities in environmental engineering. Our environmental engineering programs offer interdisciplinary courses in biology, geology, chemistry, ecology, atmospheric sciences, geotechnical engineering, urban planning, water resources engineering, pollution prevention and waste management.
There’s never been a greater need for professionals with the knowledge to navigate the continually changing landscape of digital information. Our information technology undergraduate and graduate degree programs prepare graduates to excel in a world increasingly focused on information technology. The students advance their knowledge and earn one of the most in-demand degrees with a curriculum that includes courses in programming, software development, information systems, database development, computer networking, operating systems and more.
Rather than focusing exclusively on an existing engineering subfield, such as electrical or mechanical engineering, our interdisciplinary engineering degree program provides a customizable degree for students that enables them to learn across disciplines. Interdisciplinary engineering students are exposed to the fundamentals of science and engineering, while also developing their skills as leaders, systems thinkers, and engineering designers.
“Smart” things such as home security systems, autonomous vehicles and even home appliances are connected and can interact in an integrated way. These devices and their “language” are the focus of FIU’s degree programs on the Internet of Things (IoT). Our degree programs in IoT transform students into technological experts who can manage, program, maintain and secure IoT devices in many critical areas such as energy, transportation, health, aviation, infrastructure and hospitality.
The Master of Science in Internet of Things (IoT) enables graduates in computing and related areas to pursue a graduate degree in a technology-driven discipline. In this fast-growing area, the M.S. in IoT degree provides a sought-after set of technical skills to build on an ecosystem of hardware, software and services that turn data into intelligence.
- First IoT graduate degree in Florida
- Flexibility of schedule with hybrid modality
- No GRE Requirement
- Research funding opportunities in nanotechnology, wireless communications, power source, security and more
Logistics engineering is an emerging engineering field dedicated to an optimal design and operations of a logistics system that involves forecast, procurement, transport, production, storage, distribution, and warehousing of materials and finished goods. It involves the design and integration of material, information, and money flows throughout the supply chain. Our graduate program in logistics engineering prepares students for a career in the logistics and supply chain management industry by applying engineering concepts and tools to model, analyze, design, and implement a logistics system.
The MS in Logistics Engineering program is designed with an engineering foundation for those interested in advancing their careers in the areas of management of logistics operations and supply chains. The MSLE program is an ideal graduate program for those seeking in-depth knowledge of logistics operations, enabling technology and systems design techniques.
- Program can be completed in 1 yr
- Flexibility of course offerings: in-person, hybrid or online
- No GRE Requirement
- Program starts: fall, spring & summer
Many of the technological advances of this century were enabled by the development of new materials. There is an increasing demand for graduates with advanced knowledge in materials science and engineering, such as nanomaterials. Students pursuing graduate degrees in materials science and engineering acquire knowledge and hands-on experience on thermodynamics, kinetics and physical properties of materials and several electives such as thin film engineering, composite materials and nanomechanics.
Mechanical engineering profession, through research and innovative developments, impact health, space exploration, defense, manufacturing and high-tech industries across the globe. Our undergraduate and graduate degree programs in mechanical engineering are designed to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving scientific and technological environment in the 21st century and give students a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and advanced analysis and design skills.
Telecommunications and networking graduates develop solutions for the ever-changing environment of real-time global information networking, telecommunications, wireless and optical strategies, and how to amplify business value through communications, technologies and systems. Our graduate program is for individuals seeking for employment in hardware and/or software companies, service providers, large user organizations, or telecommunications regulatory agencies as well as for those who are employed by these companies/organizations and wish to obtain formal, higher-level, specialized degree in telecommunications and networking.
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