In the Electrical Engineering program, the student is provided with the challenging opportunity of pursuing a versatile course of study reflecting the student's desires, background and future responsibilities. The student selects from a variety of specialties which are covered in depth and which probe the frontiers of engineering and scientific knowledge. Special-study courses are available to study emerging technology and its application for solving problems. Advanced concepts and applications are emphasized throughout the program and the thesis research.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Program Outcomes (POs)
School and Program Admission Requirements
Degree Required: ABET accredited BS degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
Mathematics Required: Ordinary Differential Equations
Test Required: GRE - 153V/148Q
GPA Required: Overall - 3.0; Mathematics - 3.0; Major - 3.0
Coursework (24 hours)
Choice of Squences
Math (8 hours)
System Engineering (4 hours)
Thesis (12 hours)
Specific courses are determined based on the student's selected area of specialization/emphasis. In general, each area has a defined set of core courses and follow-on elective "emphasis" courses. The 8 hours of required mathematics courses are included in the course requirements for some of the specializations.
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