The Master of Engineering Degree in Electronics Engineering with Concentration in Management of Technology prepares students for higher level professional practice in local and international markets. It is intended for electronics engineers who wish to master the practice in their field of specialty, as well as understanding the notion of technology and innovation as key to wealth creation, competitiveness and sustainable economic and social development. Potential students can come from academia, multinational corporations, government sectors, and owners, managers and employees of private/public sector companies.
1. Program Objectives
The objectives of the program are:
To provide students with solid knowledge in product and systems design in electronics engineering.
To train students to solve unstructured engineering problems, think critically, function well in a team, and communicate effectively.
To educate students on high standard of written and oral communication on technical matters.
To enable students to manage and guide technology-based organization in a changing environment
To expose students to methods of integrating technology and business strategies
To educate student on methods to develop an organizational structure and necessary functions that permit sustainable success.
A candidate for the master’s program in Electronics Engineering must have a degree in electrical or computer engineering or related discipline. Students who have some deficiency in their undergraduate training but are well-qualified in other respects may be admitted provisionally. The Electronics Engineering Department may prescribe a program of noncredit work to make up for the deficiency.
3. Courses (33 credit hours)
A minimum of eleven courses (33 credit hours) are required; at least seven courses (21 credit hours) in Electronics Engineering (EENG) and three MoT courses (9 credit hours).
The EENG courses are selected from the following categories:
Concentration* Courses (24 credit hours)
Candidates must select 7 courses out of the following list of 15 courses:
Subject to the approval of the supervisor the candidate is permitted to take three credit hours from one of 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 (EENG 580) course (1 to 3 credit hours); 3) one 400-level course within the EENG department.
MoT Courses (9 credit hours)
Candidates must select 3 courses out of the following list: