ECE Graduate Program Info
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- Current ECE graduate research opportunities
- Electrical & Computer Engineering Graduate Student Handbook (updated 2014 April 25)
- College of Engineering Graduate Student Handbook (2008 Jan 15)
- Guidelines for ECE Teaching Assistants (updated 2016 Aug 19)
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers graduate study and research leading to the Master of Science degree (MS) in Electrical Engineering and the Doctor of Philosophy degree(PhD) in Engineering. A coursework-only Masters degree program is offered leading to the Master of Engineering degree (M.Eng) in Electrical Engineering.
Students may specialize in analog and digital signal processing, electronics, information and communication theory, electromagnetic theory, control systems, optimization, image processing, optical remote sensing, digital and computer engineering, modeling and control of power systems, network synthesis, electro-optical devices and systems, microelectromechanical systems, speech recognition, neural networks, real-time embedded systems, and reconfigurable computing.