ECE offers graduate programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, with specializations in:
- Applied Electromagnetics
- Applied Ocean Sciences
- Applied Physics - Electronic Devices and Materials
- Communication Theory and Systems / Magnetic Recording
- Computer Engineering (Impacted Major*)
- Electronic Circuits and Systems (Impacted Major*)
- Intelligent Systems, Robotics, and Control (Impacted Major*)
- Machine Learning and Data Science (Impacted Major*)
- Medical Devices and Systems
- Nanoscale Devices and Systems
- Signal and Image Processing
*You must be admitted into impacted majors directly. You may not switch into these if you are admitted into a different major.
The Ph.D. is a research degree requiring completion of program course requirements, satisfactory performance on the Ph.D. Preliminary Examination and University Qualifying Examination, and submission and defense of a doctoral thesis.
The M.S. program is also research oriented, and intended to provide the intensive technical preparation necessary for subsequent pursuit of a Ph.D. Two plans of study are offered, both requiring successful completion of 48 quarter units of course credit. Plan I is a combination of course work and research, culminating in the preparation of a thesis. Plan II involves course work only and culminates in a comprehensive examination.
The M.S. and Ph.D. programs are designed to prepare students for a career in research or teaching.
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