Graduate Program

MS Electronics Engineering

The Master of Science in Electronics Engineering is a Research MS degree program that is structured to encourage innovative research in emerging areas of modern telecommunications, signal processing, and instrumentation. The coursework is designed to this end, with 6 courses required for the three technical tracks in Microelectronics, Communications, and Instrumentation & Control and a flexible structure for adapting the program of study to successful research and thesis completion in a chosen area. The thesis required of all students must demonstrate innovative contributions to the technical community and mastery of a portfolio of projects as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and presentations.

MS Electronics Engineering Curriculum
Core Courses: 6 units
Electives: 9 units
Research Seminars: 6 units
Graduate Colloquium: 3 units
Thesis: 6 units
Total 30 units

Erees Queen Macabebe, Ph.D.
Graduate Programs Coordinator and Assistant Professor