Thesis Option

Thesis Option Requirements

Graduate Seminar – 1 Credit

  • B EE 599 – Electrical Engineering Graduate Seminar

Thesis – 10 Credits minimum

  • B EE 700 – MSEE Thesis

Project Courses – 10 Credits from the following list:

  • B EE 512 – Signal Processing II
  • B EE 526 – Advanced Topics in Embedded Systems Design II
  • B EE 533 – Biomedical Devices and Instruments
  • B EE 546 – CMOS II
  • B EE 552 – Biomedical Microsystems
  • B EE 572 – Power System Operation

Elective Courses – 25 Credits from the following list:

  • B EE 510 – Probability and Random Processes for Electrical Engineers (required for students who started the MSEE Winter 2015 through Autumn 2016)
  • B EE 511 – Signal Processing I
  • B EE 512 – Signal Processing II*
  • B EE 515 – Digital Image Processing Applications
  • B EE 520 – Predictive Learning from Data
  • B EE 525 – Embedded Systems Design I
  • B EE 526 – Advanced Topics in Embedded Systems Design II*
  • B EE 531 – Acoustical Engineering: Fundamentals
  • B EE 532 – Acoustical Engineering: Medical Devices
  • B EE 533 – Biomedical Devices and Instruments*
  • B EE 545 – Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors I
  • B EE 546 – CMOS II*
  • B EE 550 – Power Electronics
  • B EE 551 – Introduction to MEMS
  • B EE 552 – Biomedical Microsystems*
  • B EE 555 – Introduction to Electrical Machines and Drives
  • B EE 571 – Power  System Analysis
  • B EE 572 – Power System Operation*
  • B EE 600 – Independent Study/Research (6 credit maximum)

* Courses designated as a project course may be used toward electives once project course requirement has been met.

For brief descriptions of the MSEE courses, visit the UW Bothell Electrical Engineering Course Descriptions.

Contact

For more information, please contact Sharon Meriwether, the EE Graduate Program Advisor at eegrad@uw.edu or call 425.352.5490 to set up an appointment.

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