Electrical Engineering (ELEG)

Courses

ELEG 1011 Intro Engr Computer Sci & Tech: 1 semester hour.

Introduction to basic engineering, computer science and technology concepts. Students will become aware of the various disciplines of engineering, computer science and technology, ethical and professional responsibilities in these fields, creativity and design.
Co-requisite: GNEG 1100.

ELEG 1021 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

An introduction to the practice of electrical and computer engineering including identifying electronic components, operating electronic test and measurement instruments. Laboratory exercises include signal generators, passive components, and electronic circuits involving diodes, operational amplifiers and sensors.

ELEG 1043 Computer Applications in Engineering: 3 semester hours.

Fundamentals of C++ Programming language and MATLAB applications software. Logic of algorithms, flowcharts, program looping, conditional statements, arrays, functions and pointers, Engineering applications and team projects.
Prerequisites: MATH 1113 (may be taken concurrently) or MATH 1115 (may be taken concurrently) or MATH 1123 (may be taken concurrently) or MATH 1124 (may be taken concurrently) or MATH 2024 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 2011 Electric Circuits Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Operation of basic laboratory-type test and measurement equipment. Experimentation in basic current-voltage relations, circuit laws and network analysis of linear DC and AC circuits. Use of oscillospe in circuit analysis. RL, RC, RLC, resonance, Op-Amp circuits, and transient circuit experiments, Statistical analysis of elements of Electrical Circuits.
Prerequisites: ELEG 2023 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 2023 Network Theory I: 3 semester hours.

Study of basic circuit laws and theorems. Study of basic circuit analysis techniques, use of controlled sources, and transient and sinusoidal circuit analysis.
Prerequisites: PHYS 2523 and MATH 2043 (may be taken concurrently).
Co-requisite: ELEG 2011.

ELEG 2053 Introduction to Electrical Engineering: 3 semester hours.

Introductory course for non-majors. Basic circuit theory, analysis of DC circuits; transient analysis of RLC circuits; steady state analysis; transformers; DC machines and induction motors; diode circuits; operational amplifiers; numbering systems, logic gates and combinational circuits.
Prerequisites: MATH 2043 (may be taken concurrently) and PHYS 2523.

ELEG 3013 Network Theory II: 3 semester hours.

Continuation of transient and sinusoidal analysis. Study of average and RMS power, poly-phase circuits, complex frequency, frequency response, and magnetic circuits.
Prerequisites: ELEG 2023.

ELEG 3021 Logic Circuits Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Experimentation in combinational and sequential logic circuitry. Design of counters, adders, digital display circuitry, shift registers, and control logic.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3063 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 3023 Signals and Systems: 3 semester hours.

Basic discrete and continuous time signals, properties of systems, linear time invariant systems, Fourier analysis, z-transformers, LaPlace Transform.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3013.

ELEG 3033 Physical Principles of Solid State Devices: 3 semester hours.

Crystal structure, introduction to quantum concepts and discrete energy levels; atomic bonding, soli-state band theory, Fermi-Dirac statistics, charge carrier transport, and introduction to semiconductor device physics and operation.
Prerequisites: CHEM 1034 or CHEM 1043 and MATH 2043 and PHYS 2523.

ELEG 3041 Microelectronic Processing and Characterization Lab: 1 semester hour.

Basic processes of microelectronic fabrication; doping, oxidation, photolithography, etching, metallization and clean room practices. Basic materials and device characterization.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3033 and ELEG 2011.

ELEG 3043 Electronics I: 3 semester hours.

Operational amplifiers. Diodes and nonlinear circuits. Field effect transistors. Analysis and design of linear amplifiers. Biasing, small and large signal behavior. Operation of bipolar junction transistors.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3033 (may be taken concurrently) and ELEG 3013.

ELEG 3063 Logic Circuits: 3 semester hours.

Number systems and codes. Boolean algebra and logic minimization methods. Combinational and sequential design using logic gates and flip flops. Computer-aided design tools for digital design, simulation, and testing.
Prerequisites: ELEG 2023.

ELEG 3071 Microprocessor Systems Design Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Software and hardware experiments with a microprocessor system. Assembly language and C programming, simple input/output interfacing, and interrupt processing in microcomputer systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3063 and ELEG 1043 or COMP 1213 and ELEG 3073 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 3073 Microprocessor System Design: 3 semester hours.

Introduction to architecture, operation, and application of microprocessors; microprocessor programming; address decoding; system timing; parallel, serial, and analog 110; interrupts and direct memory access; interfacing to static and dynamic RAM; microcontrollers. Introduction to Microcomputers.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3063 and ELEG 1043 or COMP 1213.
Co-requisite: ELEG 3071.

ELEG 3156 Engineering Internship I: 6 semester hours.

An internship program or work experience with an approved engineering firm or engineering oriented business agency, planning, public service agency, or consulting firm, providing an introduction to the profession.

ELEG 4003 Communication Theory: 3 semester hours.

Signals and spectra. Transmission and processing of signals. continuous-wave modulation and pulse modulation. Baseband pulse transmission and pass-band digital transmission. Signal space analysis. Information measures.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3023 and MATH 3023.

ELEG 4011 Electronics Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Applications of semiconductors diodes. Operational characteristics of transistor amplifiers (inverters, emitter follower, difference, etc.) FET characteristics and applications. Operational amplifier characteristics and circuit implementation. Frequency response of amplifiers.
Prerequisites: ELEG 2011 and ELEG 3043 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 4013 Electromechanical Energy Conversion: 3 semester hours.

Electric and magnetic devices, force and torque measurements, iron core transformers, single phase and poly-phase power circuit analysis. Introduction to per unit system.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3013 and MATH 4173.

ELEG 4021 Power Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Operational characteristics of DC and AC machines; Transformers; power circuit analysis, DC to DC converters, Inverters; DSP-Based Electric Drive Systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4013 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 4023 Power Systems Engineering: 3 semester hours.

Elementary synchronous machines. General considerations of power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization, survey of load flow, faults, transient stability and economic power dispatch.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4013.

ELEG 4033 Electromagnetic Field Theory I: 3 semester hours.

Review of relevant mathematics, electricity, and magnetism. Study of dielectrics, Poisson's and LaPlace's equations, magnetic flux, magnetic fields, and magnetic boundary conditions, Ampere's Circuital law, time varying fields and Maxwell's equations.
Prerequisites: ELEG 2023 and MATH 4173.

ELEG 4043 Electronics II: 3 semester hours.

Design and analysis of single and multistage transistor amplifiers, difference amplifiers, frequency response of amplifiers. Feedback concepts. Analysis and design using discrete and integrated devices.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3043.

ELEG 4073 Servomechanism and Control Systems: 3 semester hours.

Model of physical systems, system responses, system characteristics, stability design, frequency response analysis and design, discrete -time systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3023 and MATH 4173.

ELEG 4103 Special Topics: 3 semester hours.

Selected current and emerging topics in Electrical Engineering. Courses may be repeated for credit when topics vary.

ELEG 4156 Engineering Internship II: 6 semester hours.

An internship program or work experience with an approved engineering firm or engineering oriented business agency, planning agency, public service agency, or consulting firm which provides an introduction to the profession.

ELEG 4223 Electronic and Photonic Materials and Devices: 3 semester hours.

Properties of insulators, conductors, semiconductors, electro-optical and magnetic materials. Basic operation of opto-electronic devices and systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3033.

ELEG 4243 Power Electronics: 3 semester hours.

Characteristics of solid state power switches, controlled rectifiers and inverters; DC choppers; AC power controllers; applications to power supplies, electric machine drives, HVDC power transmission and space power systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3043 and ELEG 4013 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 4253 Computer Interfacing and Communications: 3 semester hours.

Microcontroller and microcomputer structures and applications; programming and design of hardware interfaces; emphasis on student projects.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3071 and ELEG 3073.

ELEG 4303 Introduction to Digital Design: 3 semester hours.

The use of hardware description language and automated synthesis in design. hierarchical and modular design of digital systems. Control logic, synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuit design. Programmable logic devices and field programmable gate arrays. Circuit simulation for design verification and analysis. Timing-oriented design.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3063 and ELEG 3073.

ELEG 4311 Advanced Logic Design Laboratory: 1 semester hour.

Design and laboratory implementation of digital systems using standard, integrated circuits.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4353 (may be taken concurrently).

ELEG 4333 Communication Network Engineering: 3 semester hours.

Multi-service applications: Voice/IP, Video on-demand and Video Conferencing. Physical layer design issues including the modulation, demodulation, synchronization, bandwidth, SNR, and interfaces. Link layer design including medium access control, error detection and retransmission strategies. Network routing strategies and transport layer functionality. Design of wired and wireless Local Area Networks based on IEEE 802.x standards. Design of INTERNET Architectures configured with network routing, and the use of network components such as routers, switches and hubs.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4303.

ELEG 4353 Advanced Logic Design: 3 semester hours.

Introduction to the design, modeling and verification of complex digital system, modem design, methodologies for logic design, development of tools for the design and testing of digital systems.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3073.
Co-requisite: ELEG 4311.

ELEG 4363 Introduction to High Performance Computing: 3 semester hours.

The course will introduce high performance computing hardware architecture, software tools, and applications.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3073.

ELEG 4393 Computer Organization and Design: 3 semester hours.

An introduction to computer organization using assembly and machine language. Number representation, computer arithmetic, instruction sets, l/O interrupts, and programming interrupts. Projects involve detailed study and use of a specific computer hardware and software system.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3063.

ELEG 4472 Senior Design and Professionalism I: 2 semester hours.

This is the first course of a two-semester capstone experience (ELEG 4482 must immediately follow ELEG 4472 or sequence must restart with 4472) involving engineering design of an industrial or advanced team project. Elements of ethics and professionalism in engineering practice are integrated into the project experience. The project will include application of relevant engineering codes and standards, as well as realistic constraints. Design achievements are demonstrated with written reports, and oral presentation, and professional standards and ethics examinations.
Prerequisites: CHEG 2003 and ELEG 3063 and ELEG 3043.

ELEG 4482 Senior Design and Professionalism II: 2 semester hours.

A continuation of ELEG 4472 with required design modifications of the team projects necessary to produce a working prototype of the designs initiated in Senior Design and Professionalism I. Results of the design are presented in a Design project deliverables including an oral presentation, a written report, and a formal, final oral presentation, as well as a final report. Professionalism education with demonstration of prototype, or a model of the design. Elements of professionalism reinforce the importance of professional engineering ethics, corporate culture, life-long learning, and globalization.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4472.

ELEG 4993 Independent Study: 1-3 semester hour.

Readings, research, and/or field work on selected topics.

ELEG 5913 Engineering Project: 3 semester hours.

An engineering design and analysis investigation at the master's level. Topic to be decided between student and advisor and should be relevant to students specialty area. A written project report is required to be presented, defended orally and submitted to the faculty advisory committee for approval.

ELEG 5963 Electrical Engineering Resrch: 3 semester hours.

Methods and practice of Electrical Engineering research performed under the supervision of graduate advisor.

ELEG 5966 Research: 6 semester hours.

Engineering research under the supervision of graduate advisor.

ELEG 5996 Thesis: 6 semester hours.

A candidate for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering is required to perform a study, a design of investigation, under the direction of a faculty advisory committee. A written thesis is required to be presented, defended orally and submitted to the faculty advisory committee for approval.

ELEG 6011 Graduate Seminar I: 1 semester hour.

Seminar on emerging areas of electrical engineering. Research presentations by faculty, students and invited guests.

ELEG 6021 Graduate Seminar II: 1 semester hour.

Continuation of ELEG 6011.

ELEG 6103 Advanced Computer Systems Design: 3 semester hours.

Digital Design Methodologies, System Design CAD tools, Hardware Description Language, Simulation, Verification and Synthesis.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4303.

ELEG 6113 Computer Architecture & Advanced Logic Design: 3 semester hours.

Overview of switching theory, logic design, combinatorial and sequential circuits, and FSMs. Computer architecture: organization and design with CPU, Memory, cache, VO, OS, DMA, MMU, operations of interrupt and. DMA, and performance analysis. Special architectures: Parallel architectures, microprogramming, RISC, and ASIC design overview.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4303.

ELEG 6123 The Internet: Design and Implementation: 3 semester hours.

Overview of ISO Reference Model. Homogeneous, heterogeneous and ad-hoc network architectures. Reference Model of end-to-end networking: access networks, enterprise networks and core networks, internetworking issues and protocol architecture. Internet network elements and protocols including routers, switches, diffServe, MPLS, and VPN. Internet applications and Quality of Service issues.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003 and ELEG 4303.

ELEG 6133 Fault Tolerant Computing: 3 semester hours.

Key concepts in fault-tolerant computing. Understanding and use of modern fault-tolerant hardware and software design practices. Case studies.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4393.

ELEG 6153 Information Networks: 3 semester hours.

OSI Reference model overview, concept of peer-to-peer operation, and layer functions. Circuit switched networks, packet switched networks, ATM and FR networks. Access networks: LANs, DSL, T1/E1, and wireless. Enterprise and core networks: Protocol architectures such as TCP, UDP, IP, ATM, VPN, and MPLS. Interconnecting the networks for end-to-end operation for connectionless and connection oriented protocols. Modeling and performance analysis of network protocols. Signaling and network management overview.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003 and ELEG 4303.

ELEG 6163 Statistical Learning for Big Data: 3 semester hours.

This course focuses on principles and best practices of machine learning from a probabilistic perspective with a strong tilt towards applications in big data analytics. It will cover various aspects of statistical learning theory, theory of generalization, overfitting and regularization, validation and cross-validation. It will also cover linear classifiers, linear regression, logistic regression and nonlinear transformations, neural networks and support vector machines.

ELEG 6183 Deep Learning: 3 semester hours.

This course focuses on the underlying theory, the range of applications to which deep learning has been applied, and learning from very large data sets. Topics include deep feed-forward networks, optimization for training deep models, convolutional and recurrent neural networks, structured probabilistics models, autoencoders, and Monte Carlo methods. The course will also train students to use open-source software such as TensorFlow to gain hands-on experiences.

ELEG 6203 Wireless Networks: 3 semester hours.

Overview of mobile and cellular networks, I, II, III and IV generation systems. Mobile computing systems, and architecture and design of digital cellular wireless networks. Design of IEEE 802 Wireless LANs and standards. Performance considerations for user and node mobility management. Power and propagation, dynamic routing and re-configurable networks. Mobile transport protocols including IP, ATM, and TCP. Middleware considerations. Mobile applications, management and service provisioning.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003.

ELEG 6213 Digital Communications: 3 semester hours.

Overview of Digital Communications fundamentals of AM, FM and PM. Concept of Nyquist criteria, SNR, Wave shaping, Shannon's theory. Digital waveform coding methods. Channel impairments: random noise, cross talk, inter-modulation, information recovery process. Design of modems and SNR improvements by noise shaping and canceling techniques. Integrated Services Digital Networks: Channelization, clock recovery, framing and recovery of information, end-to-end connectivity methods, signaling and management operations.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003 and ELEG 6313.

ELEG 6233 Coding Theory: 3 semester hours.

Linear codes: parity and generator matrices, syndrome error correction and detection capability, minimum distance. Performance bounds of linear codes, Hamming and Golay codes, Galois fields, shift-register implementation. Cyclic codes. BCH codes: the BCH decoding algorithm, burst-correction codes.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003 and ELEG 6313.

ELEG 6243 Advanced Broadband Communications Systems: 3 semester hours.

Overview: Definition of Broadband, broadband architectures: DSL, DSLAM and variations, Digital wireless, and introduction to packet and circuit switching technologies. Standards of DSL. Design of HDSL, ADSL, XDSL systems and methods to improve bandwidth enhancements on TTP. Design of high-speed operation: Impact on existing TIP (Cat3, 5), digital wireless, CATV and satellite network architectures. Modeling and Performance analysis of different broadband systems for data and multi-service environment. Transmission impairments and information recovery process: noise shaping, signal shaping, and Impact of cross-talk, inter-modulation in the physical medium.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4313.

ELEG 6253 Telecommunications Network Security: 3 semester hours.

Overview of cryptography. Public and private key encryption. Privacy, authentication, authorization and digital signatures, and Hash algorithms. Design of network security using private key encryption (DES) and public key encryption (RSA). Concept of electronic codebook and knowledge proof systems. Intrusion detection and active prevention and firewalls. Scrambling techniques for non-data signals such as voice and video. Security management design for networks.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6313.

ELEG 6303 Signal Detection and Estimation: 3 semester hours.

Statistical detection theory; signal and parameter estimation theory; likelihood-ratio decision rules; Bayesian probability, maximum-likelihood, maximum-a-posterior, Neyman-Pearson, and minimum-error criteria; Cramer-Rao Bound; unbiased estimators; Kalman and Wiener filters, estimators; simple and composite hypothesis testing, optimum linear filtering, smoothing and prediction, nonlinear estimation.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6313.

ELEG 6313 Stochastic Processes: 3 semester hours.

Probability overview, distribution and density functions, moments, time averaging and sampled averaging. Stochastic processes: Gaussian, Markov process, Poisson, Rice, Wiener-Levy processes, bi-model and tri-model processes. Modeling of systems using stochastic processes and system analysis. Karhunen-Loeve transform, bounds and their use in systems. Decision Rules: Maximum likelihood, Minimum Error, Kalman and Wiener filters, Linear and non-linear estimation and Optimization techniques.
Prerequisites: MATH 3023.

ELEG 6333 Wavelets and Their Applications: 3 semester hours.

Time-frequency analysis. Continuous, discrete, and discrete-time wavelet transform. Multi-rate filter banks. Multi-band wavelets, two-dimensional wavelets. Wavelet packets and matching pursuit. Wavelets in noise filtering, compression, modeling of fractals, communications, detection, adaptive systems, neural networks, and fast computation.
Prerequisites: ELEG 4003 and ELEG 4053.

ELEG 6423 VLSI and ULSI Design: 3 semester hours.

MOS transistor and characteristics, CMOS inverter and transmission gates. Design of complex CMOS gates; combinational and sequential design techniques in VLSI and ULSI; issues in static transmission gate and dynamic logic design; CMOS technology and layout design rules. Use of CAD tools to layout, check and simulate circuits. Design, layout and simulation of a small project.
Prerequisites: ELEG 3033 and ELEG 4303 and ELEG 4043.

ELEG 6503 Advanced Photonics Materials and Devices: 3 semester hours.

Optical properties and processes in elemental and compound semiconductors; junction theory of homo- and hetero-junctions; theory and operation of various opto-electronic devices including light emitting diodes, laser diodes, photo detectors and solar cells; Opto-electronic modulation and switching; light transmission and integrated applications.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6403 and ELEG 6433.

ELEG 6513 Advanced Quantum Devices: 3 semester hours.

Selected topics in advanced concepts in quantum theory of semiconductors including transport theory; qualitative description of superconductivity and related devices, description and analysis of quantum and Nano-scale devices such as RTDs, Nano-tube transistors, SETs and molecular electronics, description of device fabrication techniques such as epitaxial growth, characterization of hetero-structures, quantum wells and super lattices including strained layers.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6403 and ELEG 6433.

ELEG 6523 Advanced Characterization of Materials and Devices: 3 semester hours.

The theory and application of state-of-the-art characterization techniques on advanced materials and devices; experimental techniques that describe the electronic, structural and thermal properties of materials. Emphasis will be placed on materials and devices that are current areas of research and development.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6403 and ELEG 6433.

ELEG 6543 Advanced Solid State: 3 semester hours.

This course will be a survey of selected topics in areas of solid state devices that are in the research and development stage. Topics will include new material systems, new methods for fabrication and processing microelectronics, new device structures and architectures for integrated circuits, new methods for large-scale integration of the next generation devices.
Prerequisites: ELEG 6403 and ELEG 6433.

ELEG 6603 Modern Artificial Intellegence: 3 semester hours.

This course focuses on fundamental principles and techniques of modern Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will cover the underlying theory, and the range of applications to which AI has been applied. Specifically, search and game playing, graphical models, Markov Decision Processes, and reinforcement learning. The course will also train students to use open-source AI software to gain hands-on experiences.

ELEG 6713 Power System Faults Protective: 3 semester hours.

Calculation of power system currents and voltages during faults; protective relaying principles, application and response to system faults. Characteristics of protection components. Prerequisite: approval of instructor. This course is repeatable up to 6 semester hours.

ELEG 6715 Intro to High Perf Computing: 3 semester hours.

Three credit hour lecture for graduate students. The course will introduce high performance computing hardware architecture and software tools. It will provide an opportunity for students to build and execute sample parallel codes for scientific research.

ELEG 6723 Power System Stability: 3 semester hours.

Modeling of the transmission system, loads, generators, excites, and governors; prefault and postfault conditions; effect of system protection schemes on stability computational aspects of load-flow solutions; system security considerations. Writing programs for state-by-state analysis and Monte Carlo power system analysis. Steady-state, dynamic and transient stability of power systems; solution techniques; effect of generator control systems.

ELEG 6733 High Voltage Direct Current: 3 semester hours.

Overview of HVDC systems; comparisons of AC and DC power transmission; study of six-pulse and twelve-pulse power converters; analysis and control of HVDC systems; harmonics and power factor effects; systems faults and mis-operations; state of the art and future developments in HVDC technology; inspection trips.

ELEG 6743 Power Gen Oper Control: 3 semester hours.

Engineering aspects of power system operation. Economic analysis of generation plants and scheduling to minimize total cost of operation. Scheduling of hydro resources and thermal plants with limited fuel supplies. Loss analysis, secure operation. Power System Modeling. Power System organizations.

ELEG 6753 Advanced Power System: 3 semester hours.

Economic Dispatch. Solving sets of equations that involve large sparse matrices. Sparse matrix storage, ordering schemes, application to power flow analysis, short circuit calculation, power system planning and operation.

ELEG 6763 Power Electronics Power System: 3 semester hours.

Impact of power electronics loads on power quality. Passive and active filters. Active input current wave shaping. HVDC transmission. Static VAR control, energy storage systems. Interconnecting photovoltaic and wind generators. Static phase shifters and circuit breakers for flexible AC transmission.

ELEG 6773 Advanced Electric Drives: 3 semester hours.

D-q axis analysis of salient-pole synchronous motor drives. Vector-controlled induction motor drives, sensor-less drives, voltage space-vector modulation techniques, current-source inverter drives, reluctance drives. Power quality issues. Integrated software lab.

ELEG 6783 Advanced Power Electronics: 3 semester hours.

Physics of solid-state power devices, passive components, magnetic optimization, advanced topologies. Unity power factor correction circuits, EMI issues, snubbers, soft switching in dc/ac converters. Very low voltage output converters. Integrated computer simulations.

ELEG 6913 Special Topics in Elec Engr: 3 semester hours.

Special topics in electrical engineering relating electrical energy, digital systems, communications, sign processing, and nanoelectronics are selected and discussed in detail. May be repeated for credit if topics vary.

ELEG 7016 Doctoral Research I: 6 semester hours.

Research for thesis or dissertation. Limited to doctoral students. May be repeated for credit.

ELEG 7026 Doctoral Research II: 6 semester hours.

Continuation of ELEG 7016. Limited to doctoral students. May be repeated for credit.

ELEG 7103 Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: 3 semester hours.

Current research issues in computer architecture, digital design, networked-computing, embedded and real-time systems. May be repeated for credit when the topics vary.

ELEG 7916 Doctoral Dissertation I: 6 semester hours.

The continuation of ELEG 7016 and ELEG 7026 for writing thesis. Limited to students who have been admitted to candidacy for the doctoral degree. May be repeated for credit.

ELEG 7926 Doctoral Dissertation II: 6 semester hours.

Continuation of ELEG 7916. Limited to students who have been admitted to candidacy for the doctoral degree. May be repeated for credit.