Graduate Courses by Topic
Graduate students in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science can choose advanced courses in a variety of topic areas.Learn More
The doctoral program requires a master's degree in an appropriate field at an accredited institution; successful completion of a minimum of 23 credit hours above the master's degree; a written doctoral qualifying examination and a written comprehensive examination; completion of an approved dissertation in a selected area; and passing of an oral examination of the dissertation. Doctoral programs are arranged in close consultation with a faculty advisor.
The Ph.D. requires a minimum of 53 credit hours (typically 18 courses):
Doctoral coursework is available in a variety of concentrations within Electrical Engineering, as described on the Electrical Engineering Graduate Programs page.
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