The Department offers postgraduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Philosophy (MPhil), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electronic and Computer Engineering. Full-time and part-time options are available for both MPhil and PhD degrees. The normal study load for full-time MPhil/PhD students is 10 credits per semester whereas part-time students can take, at most, 8 credits per semester. In addition, the Department also offers a number of self-financing Master of Science (MSc) programs.
Postgraduate Program & Course Catalog
The courses offered by the Electronic and Computer Engineering Department cover a wide range of modern technologies including wireless communications, signal and information, microelectronics, IC design, photonics, system and automation, bioelectronics, and computer engineering, to name a few.