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Master of Electrical Engineering

Master of Electrical Engineering

Rice University

Rice University, Houston, United States
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Program Learning Outcomes for Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) Students graduating from this program will: Apply the principles of mathematics and science necessary to solve advanced electrical engineering problems. Practice at an advanced level in at least one of the major sub-fields of electrical engineering. Degree Requirements for Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) Students are admitted to the MEE program in both fall and spring semesters. MEE students must prepare a degree plan and have it approved by their ECE faculty advisor. The plan must include at least 30 semester hours comprised of 10 courses of at least 3 credit hours each. All courses towards the MEE degree must be at the 500 level or higher. The program should include a major area of specialization (18 semester hours), a minor area (six semester hours), plus free electives. ELEC 590 or ELEC 599 may not count as major area courses; no more than three semester hours can be transfer credit from another university, and at most one 1-hour seminar course may be included in the plan. No course in which the student earned a grade lower than a C may count toward an MEE.