Electrical Engineering Concentration

The Electrical Engineering Department offers graduate level courses and research opportunities in the following areas:

  • Signal, Image, and Data Processing
  • Information Fusion and Target Surveillance
  • Optics and Optical Systems
  • Computing and Communications
  • Systems, Control, and Power
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NON-ENGINEERING COURSES
Courses for MS applicants without an undergraduate degree in Engineering:
MATH  21112112 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY 10 CR
MATH 2115 CALCULUS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES 3 CR
MATH 2221 ELEMENTARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3 CR
MATH
OR
MATH
3721

2511
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 
 
INTRO TO LINEAR ALGEBRA
3 CR

3 CR
PHYS  10611063 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING and PHYSICS LAB 4 CR
PHYS 1062, 1065 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING and PHYSICS LAB 4 CR
PHYS 2064 PHYSICS FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 3 CR
FOUNDATION COURSES
Courses for MS applicants without an undergraduate degree in Engineering:
ENEE 2550 CIRCUITS I 3 CR
ENEE 2551 CIRCUITS II 3 CR
ENEE 3530 CONTINUOUS AND DISCRETE SIGNAL AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS 3 CR
ENEE 3540 ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS 3 CR
ENEE 3560 ENGINEERING ELECTROMAGNETICS I 3 CR