Master of Science (MS) in Imaging Science


The Master of Science (MS) in Imaging Science requires the completion of 30 credit units, including 13 credit units from the core list (two mathematics and physics courses, one seminar course, and one computation and one application course each selected from the list below) and the remaining credits from the electives list.


Required Core Imaging Science Courses (13 units)

Mathematics and Physics of Imaging Modalities Courses (6 units)

BME 570Mathematics of Imaging Science (or CSE/ESE 5931)3
BME 5820Fundamentals and Applications of Modern Optical Imaging3
or ESE 582 Fundamentals and Applications of Modern Optical Imaging
BME 589Biological Imaging Technology3
or ESE 589 Biological Imaging Technology
BME 591Biomedical Optics I: Principles3
BME 594Ultrasound Imaging3

Computational Imaging Courses (3 units)

CSE 417TIntroduction to Machine Learning3
CSE 515TBayesian Methods in Machine Learning3
CSE 517AMachine Learning3
ESE 415Optimization3
ESE 419Special Topics in Optimization and Learning: Machine Learning and Pattern Classification3
ESE 5932Computational Methods for Imaging Science3

Imaging Applications Courses (3 units)

BME 544Biomedical Instrumentation3
BME 592Biomedical Optics II: Imaging3
CSE 559AComputer Vision3

Seminar Course (1 unit)

ESE 596Seminar in Imaging Science and Engineering (or BME 596)1

Additional Electives (30 units)

Students may choose from the list below and the lists above to meet the 30 units required:

Biol 5146Principles and Applications of Biological Imaging3
Biol 5147Contrast Agents for Biological Imaging3
BME 500Independent Study3
BME 599Master Research6
CLNV 510Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Research2
ESE 438Applied Optics (or ESE 538A)3
ESE 520Probability and Stochastic Processes3
ESE 5933Theoretical Imaging Science (or BME 5933)3
ESE 5934Practicum in Imaging Science3