Master of Science in Electronics Engineering
The Master of Science in Electronics Engineering program major in Control Systems deals with the study of advanced control strategies of dynamic systems and processes. The program focuses on the mathematical bases of these strategies and their impact on the system or process through instrumentation and simulation work. While this program is preferably for bachelor’s degree holders in electronics engineering, it may also be offered to bachelor’s degree holders in chemical engineering and mechanical engineering provided that they take additional undergraduate courses prior to enrollment in the graduate program.
The Master of Science in Electronics Engineering program major in Microelectronics focuses on the theory and application of microelectronic devices and circuits. It offers electives that provide the student with a specific track towards advanced integrated circuit design. This program is research-oriented and culminates in a master’s thesis. The curriculum is well suited to the students of BS-MS program in electronics engineering, but it is also open to practitioners and graduates of electronics engineering and electrical engineering who are interested in obtaining a focused knowledge of microelectronics.
Program Mode of Delivery of Instruction
- Blended Program - The Blended program was designed for the student who wishes to have face-to-face teaching or a mix of face-to-face and online teaching/learning activities (TLAs) in some or all of his/her courses.
UOx (Fully Online) Program – The UOx or fully online program was designed for the student who wishes “anywhere anytime” education or who totally does not wish to be constrained by geography and time in the teaching/learning activities throughout the duration of his/her period of study. For a program to be “anywhere anytime”, the teaching/learning activities (TLAs) of all courses must be asynchronous, where learning does not require real-time interaction. Instead, content and coursework are available online for students to access at a time that best suits their schedules. The only time consideration in this mode of program delivery is in the deadlines of submission of assessment tasks and in the school academic calendar.