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Electrical Engineering (MEN)

This program was approved for students entering the university in the Summer 2009 - Spring 2010 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.

Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering

Major: EE

Degree: MEN

Unit: Speed School of Engineering (SS)

Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering

 

Graduate Studies

Thesis/Paper Option1

Courses Hours
ECE 500-level Program Electives2 9
ECE 600-level Program Electives2 9
XXX 500-level Technical Elective3 3
XXX 600-level Technical Elective3 3
ECE 697 or ECE 698 8
Minimum Total 32

Course Only Option1

Courses Hours
ECE 500-level Program Electives2 13
ECE 600-level Program Electives2 4 13
XX 500-level Technical Elective3 3
XX 600-level Technical Elective3 3
Minimum Total 32

1 A total of nine semester hours of design electives is required in Graduate Studies. A list of approved Design Electives is available in the Department.

2 Courses selected to meet the 500 and 600 level Program Electives require the approval of the student's advisor.  Note that 600 level courses may be substituted for 500 level courses.

3 Courses selected to meet the 500 and 600 level Technical Electives require the approval of the student's advisor. Note that 600 level courses may be substituted for 500 level courses.

4 Must include ECE 699 or a course from a list of approved research/project courses, maintained by the Department, and ECE 696.

 

Total Hours
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering  136
Graduate Studies  32
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering  168

 

Master of Science Program in Electrical Engineering
The Department also offers a program leading to the Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. This program is available to persons who have an adequate background in mathematics, physics, and the use of computers, but who do not have a baccalaureate degree in electrical engineering. Persons having a baccalaureate degree in electrical engineering from another institution may also find the Master of Science degree more appropriate. Students interested in the Master of Science degree program should consult the Graduate Catalog or the Office of the Director of Graduate Studies of the ECE Department.

 

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department offers a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering. Students interested in the EE Ph.D. program should consult the Graduate Catalog or the Office of the Director of Graduate Studies of the ECE Department.

 

Ph.D. in Computer Science And Engineering
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department jointly offer the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science And Engineering (CSE). Students interested in the Ph.D. program should consult the Graduate Catalog or the Coordinator of the CSE Ph.D. program.

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