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The MS in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Networks) is a unique interdisciplinary degree program that prepares graduates for the design and improvement of future wireless networks such as the “Internet of Things.” The program combines courses related to radio hardware, transmission techniques, the medium-access control layer, networking, applications, and standards.
International Students: This program is eligible for the OPT STEM extension.
Please Note: Requirements for graduation, course offerings, course availability, track offerings, and any other degree requirements are subject to change. Students should consult with an academic advisor prior to registering for any classes.
- A minimum of 28 units is required for the MS in Electrical Engineering (Wireless Networks) degree
- Required Courses: (16 units) CSCI 402, EE 503, EE 511, EE 535, and EE 597
- Elective Courses: (12-14 units) Select courses available in areas including
- Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing
- Architectures, Protocols, and Applications
- Communication Hardware and Design
Note: This program assumes prerequisite preparation in the area of computer networks. Students who do not meet this requirement or who do not pass a related placement exam will be required to take EE 450 Introduction to Computer Networks