Offers degrees in electrical engineering covering core technology topics in areas such as biomedical engineering, communications and information technology, control systems, digital signal processing, and computer vision, lasers, optoelectronics, electromagnetic theory and microwave electronics, circuit and VLSI design.
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M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Program Director: Jerome Butler, Ph.D.
A minimum of eight courses must be taken in two of the areas listed below. A minimum of four courses must be in the primary area and a minimum of two must be in the secondary area. At least 2 of the major courses (6 TCH) must be at the 8000 level.
- Communication and Networking
- Signal Processing and Control
- Electromagnetics and Optics
Students must also take two minor courses from graduate offerings in EE, EETS, ME, CSE, ENCE, EMIS, Math, Physics, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Geological Sciences and Business.
An optional MS thesis could be substituted for two of the eight major/minor courses and count towards the 8000 level requirement.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
Program Director: Carlos Davila, Ph.D.