The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers graduate work leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Areas of emphasis for masters and doctoral students are communications, computer engineering, control systems, digital signal processing, electromagnetics, electric energy systems, electro-optics, and microelectronics/VLSI. Research in the above areas currently being conducted by the faculty ensures that doctoral candidates will work on the frontier of knowledge in these areas. The graduate programs are intended to provide broad graduate-level training in electrical engineering. In addition, appropriate courses in computer science, industrial engineering, mathematics, physics, and business management may be integrated into a graduate student’s program of study.
Students desiring to work toward an advanced degree in electrical engineering must have completed undergraduate preparation substantially equivalent to that required for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree at this institution. For students with undergraduate degrees in other disciplines, see admissions.