Sri Sivasubramaniya Nadar College of Engineering - SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering

SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering

In association with Carnegie Mellon University, the SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering was started in 2001. It offers Masters Programs in: Software Engineering

SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University offers for the first time in India: Carnegie Mellon's Master of Science degree program in Information Technology with specialization in Software Engineering.

It is a one and a half year full time residential program. The first year is offered in SSN School of Advanced Software Engineering.

In this period, the students complete core courses, prerequisites, electives and project work. Experienced faculty of SSNSASE and practicing professionals conduct the courses in the first year using Carnegie Mellon courseware. The faculty of SSNSASE and Carnegie Mellon University continuously evaluate the students.

On successful completion of the one-year curriculum in India, the students get a certificate from Carnegie Mellon University. They can then proceed to Carnegie Mellon University to complete further studies in six months, and obtain the MSIT degree. The coursework at Carnegie Mellon University consists of project work under the supervision of Carnegie Mellon University and two electives.

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