MS Imaging Science Concentrations
You may choose to complete either a research thesis or a
project and a paper in the non-thesis option. A research thesis
is based on original experimental or theoretical work. Faculty
supervise your research in an area of their specialization.
You may also perform your thesis research at your place of
employment. In the non-thesis option, you complete a project
and submit a paper at the conclusion of the program.
You may concentrate on one of six "system tracks" listed below,
or customize your own track.
Color Imaging emphasizes cross-media color reproduction.
Digital Image Processing studies 2D image processing
Medical Imaging provides an understanding of imaging
technologies such as ultrasonic and magnetic resonance imaging.
Nanoimaging uses imaging at the nanometer level to characterize materials
and studies prototype imaging devices based on nanomaterials.
Electro-optical Imaging Systems provides you with an
understanding of geometrical and physical properties of imaging
Remote Sensing places emphasis on aerial and satellite
For more information on the courses available in each track,
please visit the MS Imaging Science