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Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (TB)

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ENGINEERING

The following fields are available:

(a) Electrical and Computer Engineering

To fulfill the degree requirements, students must complete a total of eight (8) full course equivalents (FCE) at the graduate level consisting of the following components:

(a) Three half-credit graduate-level courses (worth 0.5 FCE each) (see Faculty Regulations (a) Course Requirements)

(b) PhD Seminar (Engineering 6710) worth (0.5 FCE)

(c) Comprehensive Examination (Engineering 6701) (worth 1.0 FCE)

(d) PhD Dissertation (Engineering 6901) (Engineering 9900) (worth 5.0 FCE)

 

Elective Courses for all Fields of Engineering
Engineering 5739: Reading Course 

Elective Courses for Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering 5111 - Control Engineering Concepts
Engineering 5131 – Microelectronics
Engineering 5132 - Digital Communication Systems
Engineering 5211 - Robust Control
Engineering 5231 - Computer Architecture
Engineering 5232 - Software Construction and Evolution
Engineering 5273 - – Mechatronics
Engineering 5331 - Digital ASIC Design
Engineering 5332 - Advanced Computer Engineering Engineering – Parallel Programming
Engineering 5333 - Computer Networks
Engineering 5334 - Web Engineering
Engineering 5411 - Intelligent Control
Engineering 5431 - Advanced Power Electronics
Engineering 5432 - Semiconductor Devices
Engineering 5433 - Design of RF ICs
Engineering 5434 - Advanced Wireless Communication Systems
Engineering 5435 - Signal Processing in Biomedical Applications
Engineering 5631 - Advanced Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering 5732 - Nonlinear Control
Engineering 5733 – Robotics
Engineering 5734 - Natural Language Processing Engineering 5735 - Advances in Semiconductor Materials
Engineering 5736 - Nanostructured MaterialsComputer Science 5313 - Artificial Intelligence(b) Research Supervision