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Postgraduate Programs in Electrical Engineering
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CASE offers Postgraduate Program in Electrical Engineering with strong foundations in theory, to equip student with the skills necessary to grasp and develop new technologies and trends in the electrical engineering field. Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program at CASE is tailored to the specific needs of modern industry and R&D organizations. Our faculty is also actively engaged in the research that includes all major areas of Electrical Engineering.

Areas of Specialization

Currently, the following areas of specializations are being offered in Electrical Engineering:

  • Telecommunication and Signal Processing
  • Electrical Energy and Control Systems
Minor Areas
Degree Requirements

Each student of electrical engineering has to select one Area of Specialization (AOS) out of the two available options. The courses of the remaining AOS of the ECE Department (including non selected AOS of electrical engineering, computer engineering, information security, and software engineering) will then become areas for Additional Graduate Hours (AGH). Student opting for any AOS also has a recommended list of AGH courses specified. However, students can also choose other course too accordingly to their interest in consultation with the academic advisors. A student has to select one Minor area and complete the entire Minor course work requirement from that area.

A student planning for a PhD is required to take Mathematics as a minor.

Master Degree Requirements:
Credit Hour Requirement M.S. Hours
Area of Specialization (AOS): From One area of specialization of the respective degree program. 12
Additional Graduate Hours (AGH): Outside the area(s) of specialization and the minor area but within the department. 6
Minor hrs. 6
Thesis/Dissertation 6
Total Hours Required 30
Ph.D. Degree Requirements:
Credit Hour Requirement Ph.D. Hours PhD Hours Including MS
Area of Specialization (AOS): From the same degree program 6 21-24
Outside the area of specialization and minor area but within the department 3 12-9
Mathematics hrs. (Minor) 3 9
Electives 6 0
Thesis/Dissertation 30 30
Total Hours Required 48 78
Courses:

Below are some of the courses regularly offered in the two Areas of Specialization:

Specialization – Telecommunication & Signal Processing:

Students choosing Telecommunication & Signal Processing as their AOS must take at least three courses marked with asterisk (*) from either Telecommunication sub area or Signal Processing sub area:

Telecommunication:

  • ECE 6701 Stochastic Processes*
  • ECE 6702 Digital Communications*
  • ECE 7703 W ireless Communications*
  • ECE 6703 Mobile Communication Systems
  • ECE 7704 Software Defined Radios
  • ECE 7706 Advanced Digital Communications
  • ECE 7707 Satellite Communications and Navigation Systems
  • ECE 7712 Advanced Wireless Communications
  • ECE 7743 Multimedia Communications
  • ECE 7754 Optical Communication Systems
  • ECE 7710 Communication System Design
  • ECE 8711 Space Time Communications
  • ECE 8712 Multi-user Communication Systems
  • ECE 8713 Cognitive Communication Systems
  • ECE 8801 High-speed Communication Circuits
  • ECE 8700 Special Topics in Communications
  • ECE 8701 Special Topics in Telecommunications
  • ECE 8702 Special Topics in Wireless communications

Signal Processing:

  • ECE 6258 Digital Image Processing*
  • ECE 6270 Adaptive Filtering*
  • ECE 6250 Advanced Digital Signal Processing*
  • ECE 6277 DSP Software Systems Design
  • ECE 6281 Pattern Recognition
  • ECE 6255 Digital Processing of Speech Signals
  • ECE 6259 Computer Vision
  • ECE 7203 Multi-rate Digital Signal Processing
  • ECE 7218 Time-Frequency Analysis
  • ECE 7251 Signal Detection and Estimation
  • ECE 7254 Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling
  • ECE 7259 Advanced Computer Vision
  • ECE 8211 Medical Image Processing

Recommended Additional Graduate Hours (AGH) Courses:

Recommended AGH Courses for this specialization are given below:

  • ECE 6617 Information & Coding Theory : (IS-Info. Sec)
  • ECE 7674 Adhoc & Sensor Networks : (CE-Networks)
  • ECE 7673 Data Compression : (CE-Networks)
  • ECE 7146 Reconfigurable Computing : (CE-DD&Arch)
  • ECE 6804 Real Time Embedded Systems : (CE-DD&Arch)
  • ECE 7103 Advanced Digital Design : (CE-DD&Arch)
  • ECE 7147 Machine Learning : (CE-DD&Arch)
  • SE 6503 Systems Engineering : (SE-Software)
  • ECE 6901 Computer Systems Security : (IS-Info. Sec)

Specialization – Electrical Energy & Control:

Students choosing Electrical Energy and Control as their AOS must take at least three courses marked with asterisk (*) from either Electrical Energy sub area or Control sub area:

Electrical Energy (Power):

  • ECE 6301 Power System Engineering*
  • ECE 6320 Power Systems Operation and Control*
  • ECE 6321 Power System Stability*
  • ECE 6331 Power Electronic Circuits*
  • ECE 6335 Electric Machinery Analysis*
  • ECE 6322 Power System Planning and Reliability
  • ECE 6323 Power System Protection*
  • ECE 6330 Power Electronic Devices & Subsystems
  • ECE 6336 Dynamics & Control Electric Machine Drives
  • ECE 6337 Advanced Energy Distribution Systems
  • ECE 6338 Electromechanical Wind Energy Conversion and Grid Integration
  • ECE 6340 Electric Power Quality
  • ECE 7555 High Voltage Engineering
  • ECE 7556 Optimization Techniques in Power Systems
  • ECE 8301 Special Topics in Power Engineering
  • ECE 8302 Special Topic in Power Electronics
  • ECE 6401 MEMS Design and Micromachining

Control:

  • ECE 6550 Linear Systems & Controls*
  • ECE 6551 Digital Control Systems*
  • ECE 7553 Nonlinear Systems & Controls*
  • ECE 6803 Real Time Modeling & Simulations*
  • ECE 7559 Advanced Linear Systems*
  • ECE 7551 Adaptive & Intelligent Control
  • ECE 7555 Robust and Optimal Control Systems
  • ECE 8551 Special Topics in Control Systems

Recommended AGH Courses:

Recommended AGH Courses for this specialization are given below:

  • ECE 6601 Stochastic Process : (EE-Comm)
  • ECE 6250 Advanced Digital Signal Processing : (EE-DSP)
  • ECE 8605 Advanced Computer Networks : (CE-Networks)
  • SE 6302 Real Time Embedded Systems : (SE-Software)
  • ECE 6277 DSP Software Systems Design : (EE-DSP)
  • ECE 6205 Stationary Stochastic Processes : (EE-DSP)
  • ECE 7251 Signal Detection and Estimation : (EE-DSP)
  • ECE 7270 Adaptive Filtering : (EE-DSP)
  • ECE 8221 Sparse Signal Processing : (EE-DSP)
  • SE 6100 Software Engineering : (SE-Software)
  • SE 6101 Object Oriented Software Engineering : (SE-Software)
  • ECE 6616 Distributed Computing Systems : (CE-DD&Arch)