University of Delaware - College of Engineering
ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Graduate Program

Master’s Degree Requirement Check Sheet

(Thesis Program)

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Full descriptions of degree requirements are in the Electrical Computer Graduate Policy.  The requirements are summarized here for your convenience.  Please utilize this information when planning your program.

Minimum Credit Requirements:

Six (6) credits of electrical and computer engineering foundation courses:

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

Eighteen (18) credits of advanced technical courses (level 600 or above) related to your area of interest.  At most twelve (12) credits of these can bear non-ELEG/CPEG numbers and at least three (3) credits must be of 800 level electrical and computer engineering courses.

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

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    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

    (Course #, Title and Semester Taken)

_________________________________________ - 3 Credits

     (800 Level Course # and Title)

Additional Requirements & Milestones:

Six (6) Credits Master’s Thesis (ELEG 869)

When you have completed the above and all desired courses, please see or email Kathy Forwood.  She will get you registered for Sustaining Status, at which point you will no longer take courses, focusing exclusively on research.  All students, including sustaining students, must be registered in the semester in which the degree is officially awarded.

After completion of the above, follow the Steps to Take for Students Who Are About to Complete Their Master’s Degree.


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