Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The department of electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) offers courses of study leading to the:

  • PhD in electrical engineering and computer science, and
  • Master of Science (MS) degrees in:
    • computer networking,
    • computer science, and
    • electrical engineering.

Master of Science Degrees

Master of Science in Computer Networking

The Master of Science in computer networking (MSCN) degree program prepares graduate students for career-oriented jobs in the rapidly growing computer networking industry, or for gaining admission to PhD programs around the world. Its curriculum is designed to ensure that students can study theoretical foundations of computer networking as well as modern research trends in courses taught by active researchers having national and international recognition.

Master of Science in Computer Science

The Master of Science in computer science (MSCS) degree program prepares graduate students for career-oriented jobs, or for gaining admission into PhD programs around the world. Its curriculum is designed to ensure that students can study traditional areas of computer science as well as modern research trends in courses taught by active researchers having national and international recognition.

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

The Master of Science in electrical engineering (MSEE) is a flexible degree program for students seeking an advanced professional career in electrical engineering, or gaining admission into PhD programs around the world. Students of the program have the opportunity to build a strong foundation in physical science and mathematics, while exploring key subdisciplines taught by active researchers having national and international recognition in communication and signal processing, computing systems, control systems and robotics, power and energy systems, and computer networking.

Doctor of Philosophy

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in electrical engineering and computer science prepares students for conducting advanced research in several specialization areas listed below. Students of this program take courses that span the breadth of this field, as well as depth in their chosen specialization areas. Under the supervision of recognized researchers, students conduct research leading to archival publications, and prepare themselves for a research-oriented career.

Facilities

Modern laboratories contain facilities for experimental work in areas of control systems, computers and digital systems, communications, energy conversion, power electronics, power quality and computer networking.

Certificates in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Courses in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science