In order the provide adequate breadth in the programs of study for our graduate students, the Klipsch School faculty members have identified a set of core courses that are part of each graduate student’s program. These courses will also help prepare students for the PhD Qualifying Examination if needed.
Students pursuing a MSEE must achieve a C or better (B or better for MSEE coursework only option) on two courses from two different areas of specialization on the following list. PhD students who completed their MSEE at NMSU must achieve a C or better on three courses from the following list if they did not take three of these courses from the two different areas of specialization as part of their MSEE program at NMSU. PhD students who completed an MSEE at another university may be required to take one or more of these courses if the student’s committee deems it necessary to give the student proper breadth in their program of study.
|Area of Specialization||Graduate Core Course|
|Communications||EE571 Random Signal Analysis|
|Computer Engineering||EE564 Advanced Computer Architecture I|
|Control Systems||EE551 Control Systems Synthesis I|
|Digital Signal Processing||EE545 Digital Signal Processing|
|Electric Energy Systems||EE543 Power Systems III|
|Electromagnetics||EE515 Electromagnetic Theory I|
|Microelectronics/VLSI||EE523 Analog VLSI Design|
|Photonics||EE528 Fundamentals of Photonics|
MSEE students not planning to pursue a PhD may choose a third core class from a third area of specialization from either the previous list or from the following list.
|Area of Specialization||Graduate Breadth Course|
|Communications||EE581 Digital Communications I|
|Photonics||EE577 Fourier Methods in Electro-Optics|
|Control Systems||EE555 Advanced Linear Systems|
|Digital Signal Processing||EE555 Advanced Linear Systems|
|Electric Energy Systems||EE537 Power Electronics|
|Electromagnetics||EE541 Antennas and Radiation|
|Microelectronics/VLSI||EE524 Digital VLSI Circuit Design|