The Master Program in Computer & Information Engineering offers to be a successful researcher in the field of Computer and Information Sciences and Cybersecurity. The graduate students accepted to the program will receive a chance to be an expert on one of the large variety of topics in the area. The program offer MSc studies for those who want to be a one of the researchers shaping the future in the area of Computer & Information Sciences. Master students in this program may focus on many research topics explored by the advisers who are expert on their fields. Below are some of the main focus areas provided in the program: Cybersecurity, Software Engineering, Virtual Reality, Computer Networks, and System Reliability Attainment of the Master in Computer & Information Engineering degree requires completion of eight one-term elective courses in the Computer & Information Engineering program within two semesters of enrollment. The degree also requires a thesis and a final oral examination. In the Master program, each student plans an individualized course of study with the assistance of their advisor. Students must complete the master thesis within two years of the first enrollment in the program.