Electrical And Electronics Engineering

MS with Thesis

The MS program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering aims to provide advanced education and a cutting edge research experience in electrical and electronics engineering, or in electrical and computer engineering crossing the boundary of the two disciplines. The focus of this program is excellence in research. Graduates of the program can join industry or continue to work in academia.

Degree Requirements

Electrical & Electronics Engineering master with thesis program consists of at least 7 courses of at least 21 credits and seminar courses and thesis studies.

Students are required to take at least seven (7) elective courses according to their interests and complete at least twenty-one (21) credits and seminar courses by the end of the 4th semester at the latest. Unless stated otherwise, courses are 3 credits. With the approval of their advisors, students can take a maximum of 2 undergraduate courses to provide a basis for graduate courses, and these undergraduate courses can be used to complete the course and credit requirements of the master with thesis program.

In addition to the credit courses, students must complete the non-credit courses; ELEC 595 - Master Thesis, ELEC 590 - Seminar, ETHR 500 -  Scientific Research Methods and Research and Publication Ethics, ENGL 500 - Academic Writing, TEAC 500 - Teaching Experience, KOLT 500 -Teaching in Higher Education and LIBR 500 - Library Researcher Development.