Applied Engineering M.S. Research Project

Course Description

This is a continuation of EEC690 and a two-month course that meets with the instructor once a week. Students complete their projects including all required documentation and formally present their final product to a review panel for evaluation. Grading is H, S, or U only. Course is In Progress (IP) grade eligible.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate critical thinking and innovation in electrical engineering problem solving.
  • Implement the proposed methodology to solve a complex problem in the electrical engineering field.
  • Validate the proposed methodology for the electrical engineering project.
  • Apply teamwork methods in solving an electrical engineering project.

Prerequisites

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