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项目：计算机工程硕士【Master of Engineering (MEng) 】
麻省理工学院计算机工程专业开设在Electrical Engineering & Computer Science（EECS）下，该院是MIT的工程学院里最大的院系。
计算机工程专业Master of Engineering(MEng)，是一个本硕连读的项目，只有EECS自己的本科生可以申请。（详情咨询）
另外，该院还开设的研究生项目有Master of Science (SM)、Electrical Engineer (EE)/Engineer in Computer Science (ECS)、Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)/Doctor of Science (ScD)。（详情咨询）
The MEng or Masters of Engineering Program (6-P) enables students to earn Course 6 bachelor's and master's degrees simultaneously over a period of five or five and a half years. Research for the master's thesis is completed on campus.（详情咨询）
More than 70 percent of EECS undergraduates apply for this program, and more than half enter and complete it.
To complete the M.Eng., students must meet all bachelor's degree requirements and complete an additional 90 credit units -- including graduate coursework and a graduate research thesis. Students may start fulfilling the M.Eng. requirements for both subjects and the thesis as undergraduates.
Graphics and Human-Computer Interfaces（详情咨询）
Materials, Devices, and Nanotechnology
Signals and Systems（详情咨询）
Theoretical Computer Science
Students should complete and submit the online application by May 1 of their junior year. For those who are a term out of sync, fall term applications are due Dec. 1. Depending on this application timing, applicants are notified in mid-June or mid-January.
The M.Eng. requires an additional 90 units of credit (in total):
*66 units of class credit -- of these, 42 must be Grad-H level credits and 36 must be in Course VI
*24 units of thesis credit
*The additional units beyond the Grad-H units typically come from research assistantships (RAs) and teaching assistantships (TAs), VI-A credit, or excess undergraduate units
A solid technical (letter grades in 6, 8 and 18 classes) GPA of at least 4.25 is required for admission. Candidates also must have at least a 4.0 overall in the term in which they apply, and should have completed at least one UROP. The EECS Office may contact research supervisors for their views on candidates.