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Master of Science in Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Introduction to Program
Electrical & Electronics Engineering is one of the most dynamic areas of modern technology. The SPU program in Electrical & Electronics Engineering is designed to provide students with the technical background for analysis, design, development, operation or research on electrical or electronic systems. The program is designed for professional and adult learners who would like to broaden their knowledge, need to keep pace with new developments in their professions, or earn a degree but cannot attend conventional classes. The distance learning program will provide the student with flexibility in attending the program without specific time, day, and location constraints in learning the course materials and completing the course requirements. Many engineering professionals have business travel that forces them to miss classes; the use of modern communications technology allows them to keep up anywhere and any place.

The lecture notes are mailed to students or posted on the web. Continuing guidance from and interaction with their professors via e-mail, fax, and other telecommunication methods is available throughout the course. Assignments are also regularly provided to gauge student performance as in a conventional course.

Subject areas include communications, control, electric power, electromagnetic, electronics, signal processing, integrated circuits and many other important sub areas of electrical & electronics engineering. The courses are changed frequently to keep pace with new technological developments and meet the needs of industry.

Students are provided the option of completing either a Master's Thesis, or 3 additional elective courses.

Entry Requirement
The program is designed for those who have an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university or a comparable degree from a recognized institution outside of the United States. Also required is a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better.

SPU requirement for the award of B.Ed. is completion of 120 credit hours. Student entering into the program with an associate degree or equivalent qualification in relevant discipline would receive an advanced standing of 60 credit hours.

Program Outline
Brief outline of the program is as follows;


MSEE500

  Total Quality Control & Management

 

MSEE510

Digital Signal Processing

MSEE520

  Design of Electromechanical Devices

MSEE530

  Digital Communications

MSEE540

  Integrated Circuit Devices

MSEE550

  Research Methods

MSEE560

  Dissertation/Project