The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department offers the Degree of Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (M.S.E.C.E.) with a thesis option (24 course credit hours and 6 thesis credit hours) or a non-thesis option (30 course credit hours and no thesis credit hours).
Admission Requirements: Same as the CoE general requirements.
Graduation Requirements: The M.S.E.C.E. program with the non-thesis option complies in full with the CoE degree requirements. In addition to the CoE degree requirements, the M.S.E.C.E. program with the thesis option requires the following:
- Appointment of a Thesis Defense Committee comprised of at least 3 members: the Chair of the committee is the Research Advisor who must have RF/GF status within ECE; at least one other member (excluding the Research Advisor) must have RF/GF status within ECE; at least one member must be from outside ECE.
Transfer of credits from other institutes complies with the rules of the graduate school.