The Department of Electrical Engineering is offering the following graduate degree programs:
- MS Electrical Engineering (Power & Control Engineering)
- MS Electrical Engineering (Communications Engineering)
- PhD Electrical Engineering (Wireless communication, Telecommunication Networks, Power & Energy, Control System)
MS Electrical Engineering
The MS degree program is of 2 year duration and spans four 16-18 week semesters. Total credit hours for the MS program is 30 (i.e., 24 credit hours of coursework plus 6 credit hours of thesis and research in case of MS by research Plan-A).
In Year-II, selected students will embark on a thesis project (i.e. on basis of their CGPA, as well as synopsis defense); others will have to opt for the non-thesis track (i.e. all 30 credit hours derived from coursework Plan-B). Students with unsatisfactory performance in their thesis research will be shifted to the non-thesis track.