Graduate Program

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering.

Requirements for a Degree

Effective Fall 2012

Thesis Option: 31 credit hours

  • Minimum EE course requirement
  • Graduate level: 3 courses
  • Dual listed level: 1 course
  • Other ECE Requirements

Project Option: 31 credit hours**

  • Minimum EE course requirement
  • Graduate level: 3 courses
  • Dual listed level: 2 course
  • Other ECE Requirements

Course Option: 30 credit hours

  • Minimum EE course requirement
  • Graduate level: 3 courses
  • Dual listed level: 2 courses
  • Other ECE Requirements

*   Supporting area courses may be taken from courses offered by any of the following departments:  Mathematics & Statistics, Computer & Information Sciences, Engineering (any), Chemistry, Physics, Life Sciences.  These must be at the 500 level.

**  The Project Option allows no more than 3 credit hrs. of supporting area courses at the 500 level offered by the College of Business and Management, while the Course Option allows no more than 6 credit hours of supporting area courses at the 500 level offered by the College of Business and Management.   These require the express approval of the advisor.