The MS in Electronics and Control technology engineering prepares graduate students to:
Demonstrate independent learning, which is necessary to update their skills in a changing workplace and economy, and
Successfully formulate solutions to current technical problems in Electronics and Control engineering or related disciplines.
The program’s student learning outcomes are:
Tools and Techniques: The ability to utilize state-of-the-art tools and techniques in the field of Electronics and Control engineering.
Depth: A depth of knowledge in a specialty area of engineering. Electronics and Control
Research: The ability to perform independent research.