The Electrical Engineering master's degree consists of a minimum of 30 credit hours and includes a thesis.
UNF Conditions for the Degree:
For more details on the below and additional conditions, refer to the UNF Graduate School's webpage at http://www.unf.edu/graduateschool/
School of Engineering Conditions for the Degree:
Required Electrical Engineering Electives may be selected from the list below or other EE approved electives, including graduate courses in computing, engineering, mathematics, and physics as well as any online graduate courses from the Florida State University System. All elective courses must be approved by the student's thesis advisor prior to enrollment.
Every Electrical Engineering Master's student is required to complete 6 credits of Master's Thesis Proposal courses. Successful completion of these thesis proposal courses is contingent upon the student submitting a written thesis proposal and conducting an oral defense of that proposal to a thesis committee. A thesis proposal form signed by the committee as well as a passing grade in EEL6971 Master's Thesis Proposal Defense is required to enroll in EEL6972 Master's Thesis.
Every Electrical Engineering student is required to complete 12 credit hours of Master's Thesis courses. Once a student enrolls in Master's Thesis credits, continuous enrollment is required until the student successfully submits a written thesis document according to the requirements of UNF's Graduate School and conducts an oral defense of that thesis.
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