BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
This 5-year program aims to train licensed engineers who have a competent grasp of both the science and technology of modern electronics and telecommunications. It is expected that these professionals will not only be applications experts but also creative innovators in this field.
The program is global in its outlook, with teaching and training extending beyond the classroom. The student curriculum incorporates exposure to industry and on-the-job training that will enhance the students' professional preparation. The industry commitment and linkage programs provide an excellent environment for research, innovation and technology development.
BS Computer Engineering
This 5-year engineering program prepares students to become quality engineers in information technology and computer applications. Graduates will have good communication and analytical skills gained from mathematics, science, engineering, and elective courses offered by the department. The department puts special emphasis in the field of microelectronics and its application in the rapidly evolving field of digital systems. The hands-on and integrative approach aims to train students to become leaders in enterprises dealing with digital technologies.
BS Applied Computer Systems
This is the second degree of a 5-year dual major program. The first degree may either be a BS Physics or BS Chemistry. Graduates of this dual degree five-year program possess skills in the scientific applications of instrumentation and control. Subjects are taken in both computer hardware and software. This course requires a practical project, thus providing the students with hands-on experience and exposure to industry applications.
MS Electronics Engineering
The Master of Science in Electronics Engineering is a Research MS degree program that is structured to encourage innovative research in emerging areas of modern telecommunications, signal processing, and instrumentation. The coursework is designed to this end, with 6 courses required for the three technical tracks in Microelectronics, Communications, and Instrumentation & Control and a flexible structure for adapting the program of study to successful research and thesis completion in a chosen area. The thesis required of all students must demonstrate innovative contributions to the technical community and mastery of a portfolio of projects as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and presentations.
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