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UT Tyler Department of Electrical Engineering

Degree Options-Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

To receive a master of science in electrical engineering degree, a student must complete a minimum of five courses in the area of emphasis, and complete a thesis on a research topic for the thesis option (30 SCH) and eight courses in the non-thesis (36 SCH) option.

  • EENG 5301 Wireless Communications and Networks
  • EENG 5303 Computational Methods in Electromagnetics
  • EENG 5304 Power Systems Analysis
  • EENG 5307 Introduction to Random Processes
  • EENG 5308 Digital Signal Processing
  • EENG 5309 Statistical Signal Processing
  • EENG 5310 Solid State Devices
  • EENG 5316 Optical Fiber Communication
  • EENG 5330 Communication Systems Engineering
  • EENG 5333 Power Systems Planning and Operation
  • EENG 5336 Real Time Systems
  • EENG 5337 Semiconductor Devices
  • EENG 5340 Advanced Topics in EE
  • EENG 5199-5399 Independent Study
  • ENGR 5302 Instrumentation & Measurement Systems
  • ENGR 5305 Data Acquisition & Instrumentation
  • ENGR 5306 Modern Control Systems Design
  • ENGR 5323 Design of Experiments
  • ENGR 5327 Quality Control & Statistics
  • ENGR 5328 Finite Element Analysis
  • ENGR 5312 Microcontroller Applications
  • ENGR 5320 Reliability Analysis
  • ENGR 5326 Vibration Analysis of Rotating Machinery

Master of Engineering Thesis:

  • EENG 5395/5396

A minimum of three (3) credits of graduate courses in mathematics must be applied to the master of science in electrical engineering degree.

Examples of graduate mathematics courses:

  • MATH 5311 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • MATH 5341 Real Analysis I (Prerequisite: MATH 4341 Real Variables)
  • MATH 5381 Applied Mathematics I (Prerequisite: MATH 4341 Real Variables)
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