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2018-2020 Graduate School Catalog 
    
2018-2020 Graduate School Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MS Electrical Engineering, Curriculum Sequence


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Suggested Curriculum Sequence


Year 1, First Semester (Fall, Year 1): 9 Credits


EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

Year 1, Second Semester (Spring, Year 1) : 9 Credits


EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

Year 2, Third Semester (Fall, Year 2): 9 Credits


EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

EEGR Specialization Core Course 3 Credits

Year 2, Fourth Semester (Spring, Year 2): 6 Credits


EEGR Specialization Elective 3 Credits

XXXX 797/799 Thesis Guidance / Thesis Defense 3/9* Credits

 

* Note: Upon achieving Master’s Candidacy, the student will continuously register in Fall and Spring terms for XXXX 797 (Thesis Guidance) until the Master’s Thesis is completed and submitted to the School of Graduate Studies for review.  The course is used only when the curriculum is near completion, and the student is completing the research and writing of the thesis. The course registration maintains the student status as a matriculated, full-time student (student is registered for 3 credit hours and the system reports a full-time 9 credit hour load).  After the Intent to Defend the Master’s Thesis form has been accepted by the School of Graduate Studies, this course registration will be changed to XXXX 799 (Thesis Defense) for the given semester and count for 3 credit hours of curricular coursework (XXXX 799 will also count for 9 credit hours of load).  Other courses cannot be substituted for XXXX 797 (Thesis Guidance). The only eligible grade for XXXX 797 (Thesis Guidance) is the grade of “S” and the only acceptable grade for XXXX 799 (Thesis Defense) is “P/F” (Pass/Fail).

Continuing Semesters


(continuing enrollment required to complete the thesis)

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