The purpose of this degree is to prepare students for advanced study and industry in the field of electrical engineering. The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) is a degree program combining breadth across several areas of study within electrical engineering and specialization within one area, which includes an option to pursue thesis research under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Areas of study include communication and signal processing, computers and microelectronics, and power and control systems. The program is normally completed in three semesters of full-time study.
The admission requirements for this degree follow the existing admission requirements for master’s degrees in the ECE department. Students whose accredited B.S. degree is not in electrical engineering may pursue the M.S.E.E., provided that they have an adequate background and can demonstrate proficiency in the material contained in undergraduate courses equivalent to Illinois Institute of Technology’s:
|ECE 211||Circuit Analysis I||3|
|ECE 213||Circuit Analysis II||4|
|ECE 218||Digital Systems||4|
|ECE 308||Signals and Systems||3|
|ECE 311||Engineering Electronics||4|
|MATH 251||Multivariate and Vector Calculus||4|
|MATH 252||Introduction to Differential Equations||4|
A student may demonstrate proficiency by successfully completing the courses or by satisfactory performance in one or more special examinations administered by the department.
The program of study includes a minimum of 32 credit hours of acceptable graduate coursework, with a minimum of 20 credit hours of ECE courses at the 500-level or higher. Up to six credit hours of ECE short courses may be applied to the degree.
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