The core requirement of this program is the completion of a substantial research project, which is written up as a thesis. Students are expected to critically investigate an approved topic and to demonstrate an understanding of research methods appropriate to their field.
Students will be working alongside a team of faculty and researchers at the school of engineering on cutting edge-research. Students will be provided with the background needed and comprehensive skills training. Strong emphases are put on communication skills, research methodology and technical writing as well.
Thesis and Research Topics
Software Defined Communication Systems
The students must meet the following requirements to graduate with the M.Eng in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Doctor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering is research-based program. Even though the program is research program, students are required to take some foundation courses such as research methodology, seminar, or other related courses with no credit. In addition, the students are also required to participate in academic events such as academics conferences, symposium, workshop, seminar, and etc.
The curriculum for the doctoral program in Electrical and Computer Engineering are divided into 2 tracks based on previous degree of the students.
Track 1: For students holding master degree level
Track 2: For students holding Bachelor degree level
Semester 1 August – December
Semester 2 January – May
Summer Semester (if applicable) June – July