University of Vermont

CEMS - The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Graduate Program
Electrical Engineering

Curriculum

For detailed information, please see the ECE Graduate Student Handbook.

The handbook is designed to help each student plan his/her program of graduate study leading to either, or both, the MS or PhD degrees in electrical engineering. As such, it is devoted to the policies, rules, and procedures of our graduate program in electrical engineering with the intention of providing a general framework for your graduate studies.

Any unanswered questions should be addressed to your faculty advisor, the ECE Graduate Program Committee, or the Graduate College.

Please note that the department requirements for both the MS and PhD degrees subsume the Graduate College requirements described in the Graduate Catalogue. It is the Graduate College that awards each graduate degree so that their rules must either be satisfied or subsumed by departmental rules. For general information on UVM's requirements, see the requirements for the Master of Science Degree and the Doctor of Philosophy Degree.

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