Graduate (MSEE) Program in Electrical Engineering
ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM
Applicants for unconditional admission are generally expected to have a core upper-division GPA of 3.0 or higher BSEE or BSCPE degree from an ABET accredited (Find ABET Accredited Programs) engineering program and must also satisfy all other university graduate admission requirements in the graduate studies section of the university catalog. The BS degree must have been awarded no more than seven years prior to application.
Applicants with a core upper-division GPA of 2.7 or more, undergraduate degrees from programs that are not ABET accredited, undergraduate degrees in related disciplines, or degrees awarded more than seven years prior to application will be considered for conditional admission. All conditional applicants must submit GRE (general) scores prior to admission consideration. Minimum required scores are 151(650) in the quantitative part, 301(1100) in (quantitative + verbal) and 3 in analytical writing. Conditions may include, but are not limited to, minimum academic performance and/or additional coursework. Conditions will vary depending on the MSEE option chosen by the candidate, and new conditions may apply if after admission a student decides to switch MSEE option.
Applicants with undergraduate degrees in related disciplines will be required to take additional courses based on the ECE department guidelines.
Conditionally admitted students must satisfy the specified conditions before being advanced to unconditional standing. Those who do not satisfy these conditions in a timely manner will be dismissed from the program.