Electrical and Computer Engineering : Program Requirements
The MTIS consists of nine technical and three professional career development courses for a total of 15 units of course work:
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ELEC 514 Design and Analysis of Computer Communications Networks
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ELEC 567 Advanced Network Security
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ELEC 570 Computer Forensics Methodologies
ELEC 591 Professional Foundation
ELEC 592A Career Development I
ELEC 592B Career Development II
CSC 529 Cryptography
ELEC 512 Digital Communications
ELEC 515 Information Theory
ELEC 516 Advanced Wireless Communications
ELEC 548 Hardware Security
ELEC 572 Security, Privacy and Data Analytics
ELEC 574 Practice of Information Security and Privacy
CSC 567 Switching, Network Traffic and Quality of Service
CSC 569 Wireless and Mobile Networks
CSC 579 Overlay and Peer.to.Peer Networking
CSC 578D Topics in Software Applications (Data Mining)
ELEC 504 Random Signals
ELEC 511 Error Control Coding
ELEC 513 Data and Computer Communications
ELEC 519A Selected Topics in Digital Communications
ELEC 519B Selected Topics in Computer Communications
ELEC 519C Selected Topics in Secure Communications
ELEC 521 Microwave and Millimeter Wave Engineering
ELEC 522 Antennas and Propagation
ELEC 535 Data Analysis and Pattern Recognition
ELEC 569A Selected Topics in Computer Engineering (upon approval)
ELEC 586 Multiresolution Signal and Geometry Processing with C++
ELEC 590 Directed Study upon approval
The course work may include 1.5 units of ELEC 590. Subject to the approval of the department and the appropriate Faculty regulations, the course work may include a maximum of 3 units at the 400-level. In exceptional circumstances the undergraduate course work may include 1.5 units at the 300-level and 1.5 units at the 400-level.
The course work may include a maximum of 3.0 units of ELEC 590. Subject to the approval of the department and the appropriate Faculty regulations, the course work may include a maximum of 3 units at the 400-level. In exceptional circumstances the undergraduate course work may include 1.5 units at the 300-level.
The PhD program consists of a minimum of 4.5 units of course work plus ELEC 693 Candidacy Examination of 3 units, plus ELEC 609 Seminar of 1 unit, plus ELEC 699 PhD Dissertation of 30-36 units.
The PhD program consists of a minimum of 12 units of course work, plus ELEC 693 Candidacy Examination of 3 units, plus ELEC 609 Seminar of 1 unit, plus ELEC 699 PhD Dissertation of 30 units.
The course work may include a maximum of 3.0 units of ELEC 590. Subject to the approval of the department and the appropriate Faculty regulation, the course work may include a maximum of 3.0 units at the 400-level.