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ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Introduction

The Master of Science in Electronics Engineering (MSEE) is a 46-credit-hour program that includes a focus, or concentration in photovoltaic, manufacturing technology, microelectronics and mechatronics. The program is designed to equip graduates with the theoretical knowledge, skills and training necessary to embark on a career as a design or development engineer and to develop transferable skills in research and knowledge acquisition.

Learners must complete a total of 46 credit hours to be eligible for the award of Master of Science in Electronics Engineering. Learners must satisfy MSEE core courses by completing 30 credit hours and remaining 16 credit hours are earned from the concentrations, electives and university orientation course. A full-time student will take an average of one and a half month to complete 3 credits.

Learner’s can begin their course of study when they are ready and within defined parameters progress at your own pace. Learners may take more than one course at a time, however it is recommend that you do not, at least until you become entirely comfortable with your study system. The distance learning element of the program guarantees that learning takes place without any sort of disruption to learner careers. 

 

Program Learning Outcome

Upon graduation, learners are expected to demonstrate the following skill set; 

  • a sound knowledge of the key areas related to electronics engineering and its applications;
  • perform elementary analysis with an appreciation of current electronics technology and its application; to plan, execute and report on a program of project work within a closely specified timescale;
  • to devise projects in electronics and carry them out safely with due regard for the safety of others.;
  • enhanced technical competence in modern and emerging photonics technology;
  • demonstrate the essential knowledge and skills in appreciating the state of the art electronics technology, design process using computer aided software’s;
  • demonstrate ability to do research/design project experience pertinent to electronics technology;
  • develop an acceptable skill level in collecting data, analyze the data collected, interpret the results obtained and prepare a strategic report to overcome problems identified.

Admission Requirements

A Bachelor Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning; or a minimum of 120 semester hours of undergraduate credit

Degree Requirements

  • Successful completion of 46 credits hours;
  • Student must satisfy a minimum of 36 credit  hours with PUT;
  • Maintain a 2.0 grade point average

Curriculum

MS Electronics Engineering - Core Courses    
ORI1101   Orientation 1 Credit Hours  
MSEE5101   Engineering Ethics 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5102   Semiconductor Physics and Materials 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5103   Semiconductor Devices 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5104   Advanced Computer Architecture 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5105   Digital System Engineering 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5106   Management Information Systems 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5107   Engineering Economics 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5108   Electronics Packaging 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5111   Reliability Engineering 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5115   Project 6 Credit Hours  

MS Electronics Engineering - Elective Courses - Complete a minimum of 12 credit hours

 
MSEE5116   Microelectronics  3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5123   Optoelectronic Devices 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5130   Project Management 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5131   Productivity and Operations Management 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5117   VLSI Circuits and Systems 3 Credit Hours  
MSEE5119   Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits 3 Credit Hours  
    Total Credit Hours 46 Credit Hours  

Tuition

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For More Information

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