Recommended Graduate Course Sequences

After identifying an area of interest, choose courses that are of interest and meet the guidelines given in your program.

Simply stated, you must meet each condition given in those guidelines for a particular degree. For example, if you are pursuing a Coursework MS, you must have 18 credits minimum of 5000-6000 AND 12 credits maximum 4000 series courses AND 3 credits maximum of EE 5805. That is, you should "logically AND" each of the requirements in a given list. Courses chosen from other engineering disciplines—math, physics, or materials science—are all permitted. Within the ECE department, recommended course sequences are given below

Electrophysics

Basic Courses: Taught Every Year

Advanced Courses: Usually Taught Every Other Year

Computer Engineering

Basic Courses: Taught Every Year

Advanced Courses: Usually Taught Every Other Year

Signals and Systems

Basic Courses: Taught Every Year

Advanced Courses: Usually Taught Every Other Year

Power

Basic Courses: Taught Every Year

Specialization/Advanced Courses: Taught Every Year

These courses are also co-listed as mechanical engineering courses.

Advanced Courses: Usually Taught Every Other Year

Advanced Courses: Usually Taught Every Third Year