College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering - Graduate

24

Credit hours

With Master's thesis; Non-thesis option is 30 credit hours

42

Credit hours

For students entering the doctoral program with a BS degree

24

Credit hours

StudentsFor students entering the doctoral program with an MS degree in a relevant discipline (18 if from an accredited MS program in the U.S.).

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The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers advanced studies leading to either a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering or a Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has active research programs in the following areas: power electronics, power systems, electromechanics, computer engineering, control systems, electromagnetics, electro-optics, micro and nano-electronics, signal processing, communication systems, and controls. Departmental laboratories are well-equipped for students’ research. In addition, the Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky provides additional research opportunities.

 

 

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