- Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE)
The 10-16 month MSECE program is for students who are interested in creating technology solutions not only for today, but for the future. Students are prepared to become engineering leaders through fundamental and hands-on courses in wireless networks, machine learning, data analytics, robotics, energy systems, internet of things, and software engineering.
- Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
The 16-20 month MSIT program strikes a fine balance between technology, business and innovation, preparing the next generation of ICT leaders in Africa. This program is for students interested in an interdisciplinary curriculum that covers key topics in data science, cyber security, software engineering and telecommunications among others.
H.E. President Paul Kagame opens CMU-Africa's new home
Yesterday, Carnegie Mellon University Africa's (CMU-Africa) new location in Kigali Innovation City was inaugurated by H.E President Paul Kagame and CMU President Farnam Jahanian. In partnership with the Government of Rwanda, Carnegie Mellon University Africa was established in 2011 to address the critical shortage of high-quality engineering talent required to accelerate development in Africa. With a major focus on the emerging knowledge based economy on the continent, CMU-Africa’s graduate programs are educating future leaders who will use their hands-on, experiential learning to advance technology innovation and grow the businesses that will transform Africa.
Vijayakumar Bhagavatula: Generating maps from GPS data
Prof. Bhagavatula's recent projects involves extracting information about where the roads are from the GPS data collected from vehicles and smartphones. He explains that this project is very important as maps inform us on where we are going and also it can be used by self-driving vehicles. By collecting data in real-time from vehicles, he is able to provide more accurate information about where the roads are.