M.S. Program Without Thesis Requirement
M.S. in Telecommunications and Networking
Non-thesis M.S. program on Telecommunications and Networking is an inter-disciplinary program specifically focusing on the constantly evolving field of information technologies. Students are expected to complete at least 10 courses equivalent to at least 30 credit units of course work. Up to 3 of these courses can be selected from the undergraduate courses in related fields. In addition to these courses, the students should also complete a one-semester project under the supervision of a faculty member in the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department.
For each student, a course advisor will be appointed by the Institute Administrative Council upon the suggestion of Department Chair. This advisor will help student in course selection and inform the Institute of selected courses through Department Chair.
Three of required ten courses are must courses:
- EEE 530 (Digital Communication Theory)
- EEE 533 (Random Processes)
- EEE 536 (Internet Architecture and Protocols)
Remaining seven courses will be selected among the courses given in the list below. There are two groups of elective courses: Technical Elective Courses (EEE, CS, IE courses) and Non-Technical Elective Courses (MBA and LAW courses). Students can take at most 3 non-technical elective courses upon the approval of their advisor.
After the registration of semester project, students should choose a project advisor and inform Department Chair of their project advisor. Students complete their project under the supervision of their advisors and present them their projects at the end of semester. This project is graded by project advisor.