The GT non-thesis MS degree in ECE requires 30 credit hours; the degree requirements are posted athttp://www.ece.gatech.edu/academics/graduate/msreq.html
ECE courses that are taught at GT-Shenzhen are drawn primarily from the following Technical Interest Areas (TIAs): Computer Systems and Software, Digital Signal Processing, Electric Energy,Electromagnetics, Electronic Design and Applications, Microelectronics/Microsystems, Optics and Photonics, Systems and Controls, Telecommunications, and VLSI Systems and Digital Design. Courses outside of ECE will be taught at GT-Shenzhen as well, so that the students can meet the “Minor” component of the degree requirements. Non-ECE courses may be taught in Shenzhen from the following disciplines: Industrial and Systems Engineering, Computing, and Mathematics.
Students are required to submit a coursework form early on in the program to aid their program planning and to ensure that they fully understand the MS ECE degree requirements. There is a certain degree of flexibility in completing the coursework form. Some sample course completion forms are given below; a and b versions correspond to the same set of courses, but different ways of grouping them.
Courses – TIA classifications; note that some courses are cross-listed under different TIAs. ECE 6500 can be used as a DSP TIA or Modern Optics TIA or Systems & Controls TIA course. Enter the course grades that are already known.
To submit the form online, please use the Coursework form link from the ECE secure website:https://secure2.ece.gatech.edu/PHP/gradforms/login.php
Revisions to the coursework planning form should be submitted whenever a significant change is made in the student’s study program.