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Coursework and Examinations, PhD Program

Electrical Engineering Topics*

  • Biomedical Systems
    • EE 506/606:Theory and Practice of Biomedical Instrumentation
    • EE 507/607: Advanced Biomedical Systems
  • Communication Systems (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 580: Statistical Communication Theory
    • EE 581: Satellite Communication Systems
    • EE 582: Spread Spectrum Communication Systems 
  • Controls and Robotics (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 511: Linear Systems Analysis
    • EE 574: Robot Dynamics and Control
    • EE 575/675: Non-Linear Control Systems 
  • Digital Signal Processing (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 527: Digital Filter Design and Audio Processing
    • EE 585/685: Advanced Digital Signal Processing
    • EE 586: Real-time Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Signal Processing— Speech  (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 528: Speech Signal Processing
    • EE 576: Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
    • EE 591: Adaptive Systems
  • Digital Communication Networks and Systems (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 540: Advance Digital System and Computer Architecture
    • EE 545: Computer Communication Networks
    • EE 548: Wireless and Mobile Networks and Security
  • Digital Electronics
    • EE 531: CMOS Electronics
    • EE 535: VLSI Design
  • Systems Engineering
    • EE 502: Engineering Modeling and Simulation
    • EE 503: Advanced Systems Engineering
  • Networks and Filters
    • EE 509: Network Theory
    • EE 510: Circuit Synthesis
  • Optical Electronics (minimum of two courses, must include EE 533/633)
    • EE 533/633: Quantum and Optical Electronics
    • Physics 540A: Graduate Electricity and Magnetism and Electrodynamics
    • Physics 550A: Quantum Mechanics I
  • Power Systems and Power Electronics (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 551: Theory and Applications of DC/DC Converters
    • EE 552: Electric Drives and Applications
    • EE 553: Protection of Power Systems
  • Quantitative Methods
    • EE 503: Advanced Systems Engineering
    • EE 505: Advanced Engineering Mathematics for EE
  • Analog and Mixed-Signal Electronics
    • EE 532/632: Analog Signal Processing
    • EE 534: Mixed-Signal IC Design
  • Biomedical Systems
    • EE 506/606:Theory and Practice of Biomedical Instrumentation
    • EE 507/607: Advanced Biomedical Systems
  • Communication Systems (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 580: Statistical Communication Theory
    • EE 581: Satellite Communication Systems
    • EE 582: Spread Spectrum Communication Systems
  • Controls and Robotics (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 511: Linear Systems Analysis
    • EE 574: Robot Dynamics and Control
    • EE 675: Non-Linear Control Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 527: Digital Filter Design and Audio Processing
    • EE 585/685: Advanced Digital Signal Processing
    • EE 586: Real-time Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Signal Processing— Speech (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 528: Speech Signal Processing
    • EE 576: Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
    • EE 591: Adaptive Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing— Image (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 568/668: Wavelet Theory and Applications
    • EE 569D/669D: Data Compression
    • EE 583/683: Digital Image Processing
  • Digital Communication Networks and Systems (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 540: Advance Digital System and Computer Architecture
    • EE 545: Computer Communication Networks
    • EE 548: Wireless and Mobile Networks and Security
    • EE 5xx: Nanotechnology (new course)
  • Digital Electronics
    • EE 531: CMOS Analog Design
    • EE 535: VLSI Design
  • Systems Engineering
    • EE 502: Engineering Modeling and Simulation
    • EE 511: Linear Systems Analysis
  • Networks and Filters
    • EE 509: Network Theory
    • EE 510: Circuit Synthesis
  • Optical Electronics (minimum of two courses, must include EE 533/633)
    • EE 533/633: Quantum and Optical Electronics
    • Physics 540A: Graduate Electricity and Magnetism
    • Physics 550 A: Quantum Mechanics I
  • Power Systems and Power Electronics (minimum of two courses)
    • EE 551: Theory and Applications of DC/DC Converters
    • EE 552: Electric Machines and Robotic Applications
    • EE 553: Protection of Power System

*EE 590, Special Topics in Electrical Engineering, may be used as a substitute for appropriate topics with the permission of the doctoral advisor.

 

Note: although every effort is made to keep this Web site up to date, you should also consult the printed catalog for official information and program requirements, which may vary depending on the year you enter(ed) the program.

Official Program Information

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