A full-time student has the option of applying for admission to the five year Bachelor's/Master's Program. Admission to this program is contingent upon the student's achievement of an acceptable GPA at the end of the junior year. If admitted to the program, the student should take appropriate graduate level courses in the senior year of the undergraduate program. These courses will also count towards satisfying up to a maximum of three of the technical elective requirements of the undergraduate Electrical Engineering program. Graduate degree requirements are then completed during the fifth year of the program. Students are assigned a special program advisor to assist in appropriate course selection. During the senior and fifth years, the student must meet all graduate engineering requirements. Upon completion of all requirements for both degrees, the student is simultaneously awarded the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering.
A student who has completed all undergraduate requirements for the bachelor degree, but who withdraws from the five year Bachelor's/Master's program without completing the master degree requirements, will be awarded the degree Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
You will be notified of your admission status upon successful completion of the junior year. If admitted, you will be provided with a graduate advisor. You will be coordinating your course plan for the fourth and fifth years with the undergraduate and graduate advisors.