Graduate study in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is an exciting way to expand your technical knowledge, gain new skills in research, and advance your career. The ECE Graduate Program boasts outstanding faculty who are actively involved in cutting-edge research. Many research projects are interdisciplinary areas, involving collaboration with schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Information, and Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The department's research laboratories are well equipped and available to its students for their advanced projects and thesis research. These laboratories are supported by a wide range of research grants from government agencies, industry, and private foundations.
Refer to the Master's Program Handbook for information about the differences in the degree programs. Advanced work is directed toward research and professional development in signal/image/video processing, computer engineering, control and robotics, microelectronics, power, artificial intelligence, security, networking, and biometrics. A student can choose either a thesis option or a non-thesis option, each option requires a total of 30 semester credit hours. Completing a master's degree is a good way to enhance one's competiveness in the job market, where additional expertise leads to increased levels of responsibility. To download Latek formatting for your thesis: http://www.gradschool.purdue.edu/downloads/thesis/graduate-thesis-manual.pdf
For More Information regarding ECE programs: ECE Department Graduate Chair, Dr. Brian King. email@example.com Phone: 317-274-9723.
The Doctor of Philosophy(Ph.D.) degree is offered in a joint program with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette. Students take courses at both the West Lafayette and Indianapolis campuses, typically 21 to 30 credit hours beyond the Master’s degree, and take the written area examinations at West Lafayette. Their dissertation research is performed at IUPUI, with co-advisors from both campuses. For information on the academic requirements, refer to the Ph.D. Program Handbook.
GRE scores are required for all applicants planning to begin graduate study in the Fall of 2010 or later, except for students enrolled in the IUPUI BS/MSECE program. Application should be made through the Engineering and Technology Graduate Programs Webpage.
Note that any instance of plagiarism found in your Statement of Purpose will result in your application being rejected. For a description of what constitutes plagiarism, please review section "G.3 Plagiarism" of the IUPUI Student Code of Conduct.
To be considered for Financial Support from the ECE Department, GRE scores are required.The ECE Graduate Program supports partial tuition remission for continuing students who maintain good academic standing in the thesis option.
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