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2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Published Catalog]

Electronics Engineering (M. Eng.)


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The Master of Engineering Degree in Electronics Engineering prepares students for higher level professional practice in local and international markets, whether in private consulting practice, industry, or government activities. It is intended for electronics engineers who wish to master the practice in their field of specialty.

1. Program Objectives


The objectives of the Master of Engineering Degree in Electronics Engineering are to provide the graduates of the program with:

  • Detailed knowledge in product, systems, design and materials in electronics engineering.
  • Extensive knowledge in an area of student interest from one of the fields involved in electronics engineering.
  • Awareness of the local and global context in which electronics engineering is practiced, including economic and business practices, societal needs, and considerations of public health, safety, environment, culture and ethics.
  • An ability to solve unstructured engineering problems, think critically, function well in a team, and communicate effectively.
  • A high standard of written and oral communication on technical matters.


2. Admission


Admission requirements are the same as those for the Master of Science Program.
 

3. Courses (33 Credit hours)


Core Courses (3 credit hours)


All students select one out of the following four ENGR core courses:
 

**Note:


Subject to the approval of the supervisor the candidate is permitted to take six credit hours towards the following three options: 1) one 400-level or graduate-level course (3 credit hours) from outside the department and within the School of Sciences and Engineering; 2) graduate independent study course (1 to 3 credit hours); 3) one 400-level course within the EENG department. However, the student may take a maximum of one 400-level course, a maximum of 3 hours of independent study, and a maximum of one course (3 credit hours) from outside the EENG department.

Capstone Project (3 credit hours)


Students are required to attend the library and writing modules of ENGR 590 and to undertake an engineering project approved by the chair of the supervisory committee, which consists of the student advisor and two additional faculty members. A final report is submitted and orally defended in the presence of the supervisory committee.
 

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