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This combined degree is for students who want to complete consecutively the Bachelor of Science (BSCE) and Master of Science (MSCE) degree in computer engineering. The combined degree is designed to be completed in 5 years. Two courses (6 credits) at the 500- level or higher may be counted towards both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s degrees. The student is expected to be certified for the Bachelor’s degree at the end of the fourth year and for the Master’s degree at the end of the fifth year. Students need to initiate the application process to the combined degree program during the first semester of their junior year of the BSCE program at Syracuse University. Admission decisions will be made on the academic performance of applicants. Students need to use the established process for regular MS applications.