Department of Electrical Engineering
Graduate Program(Master and PHD Program)
The Department offers a graduate program leading to the degree Ph.D. and the degree Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. The curriculum is structured to give the graduate students a balanced technical background in core areas of modern engineering and a significant experience in advanced design via a thesis.
Students work closely with a faculty advisor in tailoring an overall program best suited to their background and interests. Course sequences, design projects, and research are available in power engineering, power electronics, energy, control theory and application, digital systems and computers, microprocessor applications, circuit and system, image and signal processing, optical and electrical engineering, communication, information engineering, and RF IC design. The Department has excellent computer and/or laboratory facilities to support advanced studies in these areas.
The Department offers a four-year and a two-year electrical engineering degree program which provides a balance of engineering science and design. The curriculum is challenging, yet flexible enough to meet special interests and needs. Undergraduates have opportunities to assist faculty with research and published papers in academic journals.
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