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Graduate Programs

The graduate program gives opportunities to qualified students for further education at an advanced level.

The students may specialize in the fields of electronics (VLSI, solid-state electronics, optoelectronics and MEMS), biomedical area, EMT, communications, signal processing, control systems, robotics, computer area, electrical machines and power electronics, power systems and high voltage.

The candidates fulfilling the university requirements are awarded the degree of Master of Science (M.S.) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. A minimum of seven courses and a seminar on the thesis topic is required by the department for the M.S. degree. For the Ph.D. andIntegrated M.S.-Ph.D. programs, see the Academic Rules and Regulations.

M.S. with thesis in Electrical And Electronics Engineering

To educate masters level electrical and electronics engineers with a level of knowledge sufficiently advanced to carry out research and communicate the results thereof.

7 elective courses approved by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have to be taken, with a total minimum credit of 21.

These elective courses should include following courses, according to specialization areas:

Specialization Area

 MSc Must Courses

Biomedical

 EE515, EE519

Computer

 EE546 and one of the following courses: EE542, EE543, EE634

Control Theory

 EE501, EE502, EE553

Electrical Machines and Power Electronics

 EE563, EE561 or EE569

Electromagnetics, Antennas & Microwaves

 EE522, EE523, EE525 or EE527

Electronics

 EE510 or EE617 (Students who have not taken EE 414 should take EE 617)

Power Systems

 EE574, EE579 and one of the courses with codes 57X and 67X

Robotics

 EE501, EE553, EE587

Signal Processing

 EE501, EE503 or EE5506

Telecommunications

 EE533, EE535, EE536 or EE532

Ph.D. in Electrical And Electronics Engineering

To educate doctorate level electrical and electronics engineers capable of carrying out original research and defending and disseminating the results thereof.

8 elective courses approved by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have to be taken, with a total minimum credit of 24.

Ph.D. Qualifying Examination should be passed to carry out thesis work, as details are provided in the guidebook.

Integrated Ph.D. in Electrical And Electronics Engineering

15 elective courses approved by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have to be taken, with a total minimum credit of 45.

The list of Elective Graduate courses that will be offered in 2018-2019 Spring semester

EE502, EE504, EE5506, EE509, EE518, EE519, EE521, EE522, EE525, EE528, EE532, EE533, EE536, EE5420, EE554, EE557, EE558, EE559, EE563, EE564, EE576, EE584, EE590, EE595, EE604, EE610, EE636, EE674, EE690, EE710