The Master of Science (MS) program in the Electrical Engineering (EE) Department offers two options: (a) Thesis Option and (b) Non-Thesis Option.
Applicants for the M.S. degree program (thesis and non-thesis) must meet a minimum cumulative (CGPA) requirement of 3.0/4.0 in related undergraduate degree program. The applicant’s GRE scores (as well as TOEFL scores in the case of international students) are also considered in the admission criteria.
The student’s Advisory Committee may recommend transfer credits for up to 9 hours for graduate courses taken by the student at Tuskegee University as part of another graduate program or at any other institution.
During the first semester of his/her study in the Master of Science program, the student and his/her Major Professor must recommend to the Head of the Department for approval, the student’s Advisory Committee consisting of a minimum of four members including the Major Professor and the Head of the Department. The Advisory Committee shall also serve as the Examination Committee.
Admission to Candidacy
Immediately after completing 9 credits of course work at Tuskegee University, the student must submit, to the Dean of Graduate Studies, a completed application for the Candidacy for the degree.
A student pursuing the MS degree in Electrical Engineering (Thesis Option) must present at least two seminars. The first seminar shall be the presentation of the student’s research proposal of the Master’s thesis. The second or the final seminar shall be his/her Final Oral Examination for the degree. The student is also required to participate in all seminars arranged by the department.
A student pursuing the MS degree in Electrical Engineering (Non-Thesis Option) must present one for his/her project examination for the degree. The student is also required to participate in all seminars arranged by the department.