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Master's Program

Electrical Engineering
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Master's Program

Professor Barry Gross, Master's Program Advisor • Office: Steinman 421 • Tel: 212-650-5325
 
General Information
The City College offers the following Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering:
M.E. (E.E.) (Professional Master’s Degree)
M.S. (Engineering) (For students preparing for the Ph.D. program; Degree is also awarded to students who do not have a bachelor’s degree in engineering)
 
 
Degree Requirements
Professional Master’s Degree
 
Engineering Core Courses 12                     
 
Four courses from one of the following concentrations (all courses are three credits):
 
 
A. Computer Engineering
EE G3300: Advanced Mobile Robotics
EE I2200: Image Processing
EE I2300: Digital Computers I
EE I2400: Digital Computers II
EE I2700: Parallel Computer Architecture
EE I4700: Introduction to Neural Networks
EE I5500: Introduction to Robotics
EE I5600: Advanced Topics in Mobile Robotics
EE I5700: Digital Integrated Circuits
EE I6000: Computer Communications Systems
EE I6100: Integrated Circuits: Design and Fabrication I
EE I6400: Computer-Aided Digital VLSI Design
EE I6600: Communications Protocol Engineering
EE I7000: Local Area Networks
EE I9400: High Speed Networks
 
 
B. Systems Engineering
EE G3301: Power Systems
EE F5600: Elements of Control Theory
EE G3400: Analysis of Random Systems
EE I0100: Probability and Stochastic Processes
EE I0400: Signal Theory
EE I0500: Theory of Linear Systems
EE I1600: Digital Signal Processing Algorithms
EE I2200: Image Processing
EE I4100: Introduction to Modern Control Theory
EE I4500: Direct Energy Conversion
EE I4700: Introduction to Neural Networks
EE I5300: Digital Signal Processing
 
 
C. Telecommunications Engineering
EE I0100: Probability and Stochastic Processes
EE I5100: Communication Electronics
EE I5200: Fiber Optic Communications I
EE I6000: Computer Communication Systems
EE I6300: Wireless Communication
EE I6600: Communications Protocol Engineering
EE I6700: IP Routing
EE I6800: Telecommunication Network Element Engineering
EE I7000: Local Area Networks
EE I7100: Statistical Communication Theory
EE I7300: Digital Communication
EE I7400: Data Communications
EE I7500: Wireless Multimedia Networks
EE I8300: Fiber Optic Communications II
EE I9400: High Speed Networks
 
 
D. Photonics Engineering
EE G3302: Electrodynamics 2
EE G6800: Introduction to Remote Sensing
EE G6902: Introduction to Earth Surveillance
EE G6903: Topics in Remote Sensing
EE I0300: Electrodynamics
EE I4500: Direct Energy Conversion
EE I5200: Fiber Optic Communications I
EE I5400: Physical Electronics I
EE I5800: Introduction to Lasers
EE I6200: Principles of Photonics Engineering
EE I8200: Electro-Optics
EE I8300: Fiber Optic Communications II
EE I8500: Optical Signal Processing
 
 
E. Electronics/Communication
EE I0100: Probability and Stochastic Processes
EE I3200: Analog Integrated Circuits
EE I3600: MOS Devices and Circuits
EE I5100: Communication Electronics
EE I5200: Fiber Optic Communications I
EE I5400: Physical Electronics I
EE I5700: Digital Integrated Circuits
EE I6100: Integrated Circuits: Design and Fabrication I
EE I6300: Wireless Communications
EE I6400: Computer-Aided Digital VLSI Design
EE I7100: Statistical Communication
EE I8300: Fiber Optic Communications II
 
 
Engineering Management Courses 3                          
 
One course from the following:
ENGR H3800: Management Concepts for Engineers
ENGR H7600: Engineering Business and Law
ENGR H8000: Decision and Planning Techniques for Engineering Management
ENGR H8500: Project Management
ENGR H9300: Economics and Investment Analysis of Engineering Projects
 
Technical Electives: 9-15        
 
 
Take courses from any of the above concentration areas, or any I0000 and J0000 course that may be offered except Engineering Management courses.
 
Report/Project/Thesis: 0-6            

 

 
At least one of the following courses:
EE I0000: Seminar (1 cr.)
EE I9600: Master’s Report (0 cr.)
EE I9700: Master’s Project (3 cr.)
EE I9900: Master’s Thesis (6 cr.)
 
Total credits
 
30     

 

Note: A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for graduation.
 
 
M.S. (Engineering) Degree
At least four courses from one of the specific concentration areas A, B, C, D, or E above:

 

12                                                                 

At least two of the following courses: 6

 

Electrical Engineering:
EE I0100: Probability and Stochastic Processes
EE I0500: Theory of Linear Systems
Engineering:
ENGR I0600: Applied Algebra
ENGR I1100: Engineering Analysis
ENGR I1200: Functions of Complex Variables
 
At least one of the following courses: 0-6                        

 

Electrical Engineering:
EE I0000: Seminar (1 cr.)
EE I9600: Master’s Report (0 cr.)
EE I9700: Master’s Project (3 cr.)
EE I9900: Master’s Thesis (6 cr.)
Elective Courses
6-12
Additional Graduate Electrical Engineering courses (from EE I0000, and J0000 sequence) except Engineering Management Courses. Prior approval of master’s advisor is needed for non-EE electives.
Note: A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for graduation.
 
Total credits 30