The University of Delaware developed the M.S. in software engineering in response to requests by the military communications units moving to Aberdeen Proving Ground, in addition to input from companies in the region. Current program faculty include Stephen Siegel, Lori Pollock and James Clause of CIS and Kristina Winbladh of ECE (seated). [Photo by Kathy Atkinson]. Click here to read full article.
E. Sawyer, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for Professional Education, Office of
Graduate and Professional Education
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