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Auburn University is a public research university located in Auburn, Alabama. Founded in 1856, it is one of the most popular university in Alabama, but not exactly that renowned all over.
Total tuition fee for 30 credits
The MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn is a government-designated STEM degree and so international students may be eligible for the 24-month F1 OPT (optional practical training) extension.
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MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering
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The Electrical and Computer Engineering curricula produce well-educated graduates prepared to practice engineering at a professional level in an era of rapid and challenging technological development. The educational objectives of the Electrical Engineering curriculum include developing within our graduates a basic foundation in seven fundamental areas of electrical engineering (circuits and systems, electromagnetics, electronics, digital systems, communications and signal processing, control systems, and power engineering) to provide the technical proficiency needed for the professional practice of electrical engineering. The educational objectives of the Computer Engineering curriculum include developing within our graduates a basic foundation in both electrical engineering (circuits and systems, electronics, and digital systems) and computer science to provide the technical proficiency needed for the professional practice of computer engineering, including the design and application of computer components and systems. In addition, both curricula have as educational objectives to develop within our graduates the ability to communicate their ideas effectively to technical and non-technical audiences and work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, to prepare them to take their places in society as responsible citizens, and to provide them with the basis for, and instill within them an appreciation of and enthusiasm for, lifelong scientific inquiry, learning and creativity.
On Campus Program
Amid classes and studying, good times will fill your days at Auburn. You’ll join a few organizations, maybe a book club, committee or intramural team. Some days, you’ll want to enjoy the beauty of campus with friends or immerse yourself in a cultural event. Or, you may decide to gather your books for an outdoor study session. Year round, Auburn's campus pulses with life, concerts, intercollegiate athletics, impromptu Frisbee-throwing, international festivals, art exhibits and more to fill the campus with color and excitement.
LEC. 3. LAB. 3. Pr. (PHYS 1610 or PHYS 1617) and (COMP 1200 or COMP 1210 or COMP 1217) and (P/C ENGR 1110 or P/C ENGR 1113) and P/C MATH 2650. Basic laws and concepts; resistive circuits; first-order transient circuits; phasors and frequency response of circuits; RMS values and complex power.
Eligibility and Application Requirements
To complete the program you must...
Complete a minimum of 33 credit hours of graduate level (6000/7000/8000) coursework, some of which may be completed outside of the Departme of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Below is a sample of regularly offered electrical and computer engineering courses:
Job Prospects and Placements for Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn University
The goal of the professional portion of each curriculum is to emphasize basic areas of study while providing the flexibility to accommodate a diversity of interests and talents. To this end, each curriculum emphasizes engineering design, hands-on laboratory experience, knowledgeable use of digital computer systems, oral and written communication skills, the importance of business, economic, social and global forces on engineering, appreciation of the need to maintain the highest ethical standards, and the maintenance of professional competence through continued self-improvement after graduation.
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