The combined B.S. in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.) /M.S. in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) program allows students to earn a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in Electrical Engineering in 5 years. Up to 9 semester credit hours of graduate electives at the EE 6000/7000 level may be double-counted and applied to both the B.S. and the M.S degree requirements.
- Full-time student
- Electrical engineering major
- Have accumulated at least 90 credit hours toward the B.S.E.E. degree
- Completed the full-major courses EE 3310, EE 3450, and EE 4000 with a minimum GPA of 3.3
- Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.3
- Complete the admission application.
Once admitted to the program the student must complete a program of study for the M.S. in Electrical Engineering
B.S. Program Learning Outcomes
Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering program will have:
- An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
- An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
- An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
- An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
- An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
- An ability to apply understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
- An ability to communicate effectively
- An understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
- A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in, life‐long learning
- A knowledge of contemporary issues
- An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices
M.S. Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering program shall:
- Have the ability to synthesize diverse electrical engineering concepts to solve complex problems
- Have the ability to bring current analyses and tools to bear on a wide range of problems
- Have the ability to model, analyze, simulate, and realize new electrical engineering technologies through the application of current theory, design, and validation techniques
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The program includes WSU CORE in BSEE, BSEE pre-major, BSEE full-major, BSEE technical and non-technical electives, and MSEE courses and requirements.
I. BSEE, Wright State CORE: 43 Hours
Global Traditions - Interdisciplinary Global Studies: 3 Hours
Select Interdisciplinary Global Studies course from the list of WSU CORE Element 3 courses that also satisfy Intensive Writing (IW) and Multicultural (MC) competencies.
Global Traditions - History: 3 Hours
Arts/Humanities: 3 Hours
Select one course from WSU CORE Element 4.
Social Science: 6 Hours
Select WSU CORE courses from two different disciplines that satisfy Intensive Writing (IW) and Multicultural (MC) compentencies. EE students are advised to take one 3-hour course from the economics (EC) courses in WSU CORE Element 5.
Natural Science: 10 Hours
Additional Core Courses: 8 Hours
II. BSEE, Required Courses: 72 Hours
EE pre-major courses beyond WSU CORE: 13 Hours
EE pre-major courses must be completed with at least a 2.25 GPA before promotion to EE full major.
EE full-major courses beyond WSU CORE: 50 Hours
Full major courses emphasize design of electronic and electrical components, devices, algorithms, and systems. Students must complete the following courses with a WSU GPA of at least 2.0 to receive Departmental approval to enroll in EE 4910 Senior Design 1 and EE 4920 Senior Design 2.
Senior Design Preparation in BSEE Program.
|MTH 2320||MTH 2350|
|EE 3210||EE 4000|
|EE 3260||EGR 3350|
|EE 3310||EE 3310L|
|EE 3450||EE 3450L|
|at least 7 hours of EE 4000-level courses (except EE 4910, EE 4920, EE 4810, EE 4820, EE 4830).|
B.S. - M.S. Dual Credit Electives: 9 Hours
Complete 9 credit hours of CS/CEG/EE/MTH/PHY 6000 or 7000 level coursework according to an approved M.S.E.E. graduation plan.
III. BSEE, General Electives: 5 Hours
Redundant courses, e.g., EE 2011/L, EE 3510, ISE 2211, MS 2040, STT 3630, ST 2640 will not be accepted.
IV. MSEE Program Requirements: 21 Hours
The following requirements must be met for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree:
- Completion of 30 graduate credit hours (in courses numbered 6000 or above) in a program of study as approved by the Electrical Engineering Graduate Program Director no later than the second term of graduate coursework.
- Students under the 4+1 program may use up to 9 graduate credit hours of EE-prefix coursework completed as part of the BSEE program to satisfy the 30 graduate credit hour minimum.
- Up to 12 of the total 30 graduate credit hours may be at the 6000 level.
- At least 24 of the total 30 graduate credit hours must have an EE (electrical engineering) prefix.
- At least 18 of the total 30 graduate credit hours must be courses numbered 7000 or above.
- At least 12 of the total 30 graduate credit hours must be EE 7000-level or above.
- At most 8 hours of Graduate-Program-Director-approved graduate transfer credit may be applied toward graduation.
- Elective courses must be selected from an approved list, which is available from the Department of Electrical Engineering.
- Students may count up to 2 credit hours of EE 7990 (Independent Study), or 1 credit hour of EE 7990 and 1 credit hour of EE 7910/7920 CPT (internship in EE).
- No more than 6 graduate credit hours of C grades may be counted toward graduation. Of the maximum total of 6 graduate credit hours of C, no more than 2 of these may correspond to Laboratory courses.
- A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for graduation.
- Students must complete at least three courses from one of the specialization tracks and at least two of three must be 7000 level or above.
- Students may choose a thesis option or a non-thesis option. Students employed as teaching or research assistants through the Graduate School must choose the thesis option. The thesis option consists of a research project satisfying all requirements of the Graduate School. The final report (thesis) must be completed and successfully defended in an oral examination before a faculty committee. Students may count up to 9 credit hours of thesis research project (EE 7990) toward the 30 graduate credit hour requirement. Students who choose the non-thesis option must complete 30 hours of graduate coursework that satisfy items 1 through 12 above.
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BSEE and MSEE Total: 141 Hours
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