Curriculum

1-MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) IN ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (THESIS)

Compulsory Courses:

Course Code

Title Credit
ECE 590  Graduate Seminar Non-credit
ECE 591 Special Studies (0 4 0)
ECE 599 Thesis Non-credit

Elective Courses:

Course Code

Title Credit
ECE 569 Electronics Processes (3 0 3)
ECE 570 Electronics Manufacturing (3 0 3)
ECE 572 Introduction to Optical Fiber Communications (3 0 3)
ECE 573 Communication Electronics (3 0 3)
ECE 574 Nonlinear Signal Processing (3 0 3)
ECE 575 Coding Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 576 Adaptive Signal Processing (3 0 3)
ECE 577 Advanced Telecommunication Techniques (3 0 3)
ECE 580 Administrative Perspective of Telecommunication Networks (3 0 3)
ECE 581 Regulation in Telecommunications (3 0 3)
ECE 582 Advanced Antenna Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 583 Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3 0 3)
ECE 584 Numerical Methods for Electromagnetics (3 0 3)
ECE 585 Remote Sensing (3 0 3)
ECE 586 Telecommunication Networks (3 0 3)
ECE 587 Digital Communication Systems (3 0 3)
ECE 588 Communication Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 589 Information Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 592 High Frequency Filter Design (3 0 3)
ECE 593 Digital Filters (3 0 3)
ECE 594 Asymptotic Expansion Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 595 Advanced Electromagnetic Scattering (3 0 3)
ECE 596 Quasi-Optic Electromagnetic Scattering (3 0 3)
ECE 597 Boundary Value Problems (3 0 3)
CENG 501 Operating Systems (3 0 3)
CENG 502 Computer Networks and Communication (3 0 3)

In addition to the above elective courses, also, courses from the other departments having programs in our Graduate School of Natural and Aapplied Sciences may be taken with the approval of the graduate advisor of the student and the department head. These will be counted as elective courses as well.

2-MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) IN ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (NONE THESIS)

Electronic and Communication Engineering Department also offers an M.S. Program without thesis. The objective of this program is to provide courses in electronic and communication engineering to those who are graduates of science or an engineering field and may already have jobs, and aim to get further education in electronic and communication engineering. If they are found to be qualified for this degree, the candidates are accepted; otherwise they will be required to complete a deficiency program in lines with the rules and regulations of the Graduate School. The program includes a term project, seminar and ten elective courses enabling candidates to specialize in electronic and communication engineering. Candidates are required to complete at least 30 credit hours (10 courses) for graduation.

Compulsory Courses:

Course Code

Title Credit
ECE 590  Graduate Seminar Non-credit

Elective Courses:
 

Course Code

Title Credit
ECE 569 Electronics Processes (3 0 3)
ECE 570 Electronics Manufacturing (3 0 3)
ECE 572 Introduction to Optical Fiber Communications (3 0 3)
ECE 573 Communication Electronics (3 0 3)
ECE 574 Nonlinear Signal Processing (3 0 3)
ECE 575 Coding Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 576 Adaptive Signal Processing (3 0 3)
ECE 577 Advanced Telecommunication Techniques (3 0 3)
ECE 580 Administrative Perspective of Telecommunication Networks (3 0 3)
ECE 581 Regulation in Telecommunications (3 0 3)
ECE 582 Advanced Antenna Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 583 Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3 0 3)
ECE 584 Numerical Methods for Electromagnetics (3 0 3)
ECE 585 Remote Sensing (3 0 3)
ECE 586 Telecommunication Networks (3 0 3)
ECE 587 Digital Communication Systems (3 0 3)
ECE 588 Communication Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 589 Information Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 592 High Frequency Filter Design (3 0 3)
ECE 593 Digital Filters (3 0 3)
ECE 594 Asymptotic Expansion Theory (3 0 3)
ECE 595 Advanced Electromagnetic Scattering (3 0 3)
ECE 596 Quasi-Optic Electromagnetic Scattering (3 0 3)
ECE 597 Boundary Value Problems (3 0 3)
CENG 501 Operating Systems (3 0 3)
CENG 502 Computer Networks and Communication (3 0 3)

In addition to the above elective courses, also, courses from the other departments having programs in our Graduate school of natural and applied sciences may be taken with the approval of the graduate advisor of the student and the department head. These will be counted as elective courses as well.