Graduate Degree Programs
ECE offers the following graduate degree programs:
- Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE): Must complete either a thesis option (consisting 24 course credits + 06 thesis credits) or a non-thesis option (30 course credits). Thesis option requirements include the submission and oral defense of a thesis supervised by a Research Supervisor.
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): Must complete 30 credits (18 course credits + 12 dissertation credits). Requirements include successful completion of a Qualifying Examination, an oral defense of a research proposal, and submission and oral defense of a dissertation supervised by a Research Supervisor. An MS degree in Electrical and/or Computer Engineering, or related area, is required for students pursuing a PhD degree.
Admission to Graduate Program
For admission and degree completion requirements, visit:
College of Engineering - Graduate
- For further information on ECE research activities, faculty profiles, and all other department related matters, visit: ECE Home Page or contact the ECE Graduate Program Coordinator (GPC).
- For further information on application material, deadlines, status of an application, and all other related matters, visit:
Office of Admission College of Engineering
University of Miami
1251 Memorial Drive, Room 244
Coral Gables, FL 33146
Students with an appropriate B.S. degree may seek direct entry to either the M.S. track or Ph.D. track. Please refer to program specific sections of the bulletin for more information with respect to admission and degree requirements.
Please visit Admission Requirements section of the bulletin for more information.
Visit: ECE Home Page.