M.Sc. Program With Thesis aims to motivate the students for modern research and prepare them for Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) program. Thesis is required.
Scientific Preparation (Deficiency) Courses
Students holding a non-EE degree or a non-bachelor degree are required to pass the Scientific Preparation courses. For each such student, The Department's M.Sc. Program Commitee will select two or more Scientific Preparation courses among the EE2XX and/or EE3XX courses in the undergraduate curriculum. The total credits of the Scientific Preparation courses should be 6 or more. The Scientific Preparation program should be completed in not more than one year. A minimum grade of DD should be taken for each course and the grade point average should not be less than 2.00 over 4.00. During the Scientific Preparation program a student can take only one (not more) graduate course. Students who pursue the deficiency program are also recommended to take two undergraduate courses. These courses may be counted within the compulsory course load of the M.Sc.program.
The thesis supervisor for the student is designated by the Administrative Board of Graduate School upon the application of the student and the recommendation of the Department no later than the end of the first semester (For this purpose, “M.Sc. Thesis Supervisor Appointment Form” must be filled).
Admission as a “Special Student” on a course basis is possible for those not having Diploma Equivalency Certificate.