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2014-2015 General Catalog (Spring, Summer 2015) 
2014-2015 General Catalog (Spring, Summer 2015) [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Electrical Engineering - MS

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College of Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Master of Engineering (ME)

The ME degree is based on coursework and is designed to give graduates a strong practical foundation.

If a student initially chooses an MS degree, changing to the ME degree is only possible by approval of the major professor, ECE graduate committee, and the department head.

The ME degree requires successful completion of 30 credits of 5000-level or above coursework in a program approved by the student's supervisory committee, with the following stipulations:

Master of Science (Electrical Engineering)

  1. At least 3 credits of ECE coursework must be completed at the 7000 level.
  2. At least 12 credits of ECE coursework (excluding thesis and ECE 6800  seminar) must be completed at or above the 6000 level.
  3. MS Plan A students must complete 6 credits of Thesis Research (ECE 6970 ).
  4. MS Plan B students must complete 3 credits of Thesis Research (ECE 6970 ) and 3 credits of Design Project (ECE 6950 ).
  5. No more than 15 credits of ECE 5000-level courses, Independent Study courses, or non-ECE courses may be applied toward the MS in Electrical Engineering degree.
  6. MS students must have a one- to two-page, double-spaced thesis or project proposal approved by their committee when a project has been identified.

All ME Students

  1. One credit of ECE 6800  (Electrical Engineering Colloquium) must be completed as soon as possible.
  2. Each master's student must form a committee and have a program of study approved by the end of his or her first semester.
  3. Any exceptions to the master's requirements must be approved by the student's committee and the ECE Graduate Committee.

Additional information on the ME in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering is available on the ECE departmental website (ece.usu.edu).

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