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Master of Science Program in Engineering Technology – Electrical Concentration Degree Requirements

Project-Based Program

Select a minimum of 34 credit hours of courses including:

  • At least 22 credit hours must be graduate-level ECET courses.
  • One of the ECET courses must be ECET 6704: Project Proposal (4 credit hours).
  • One of the ECET courses must be ECET 7704: Project (4 credit hours).
  • Up to two courses and a maximum of 8 credit hours can be free electives. These courses must be at graduate level and may be from any department, with the exception that one 4000-level mathematics course can be used as a free elective. Transfer credit for a 4000-level mathematics free elective is not accepted. Advisor consent is required for your selection of free electives.

Research-Based Program

Select a minimum of 34 credit hours of courses including:

  • At least 26 credit hours must be graduate-level ECET courses.
  • One of the ECET courses must be ECET 7504: Research (4 credit hours).
  • Up to two courses and a maximum of 8 credit hours can be free electives. These courses must be at graduate level and may be from any department, with the exception that one 4000-level mathematics course can be used as a free elective. Transfer credit for a 4000-level mathematics free elective is not accepted. Advisor consent is required for your selection of free electives.

A grade of "C" or better is required for each course within the student's graduate program and it is required that each student maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher in order to graduate.

In all graduate programs, a minimum of a 3.0 G.P.A. is required. No grades below 'C' may be applied to a graduate program's requirements, and a maximum of 2 'C' grades at the level of 6000 or above may be applied to a graduate program's requirements.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
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