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Welcome to graduate studies ask the department webinar

Welcome to Graduate Studies Ask the Department Webinar

Presented by the Office of Graduate Studies, International Affairs, and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department


About our campus

About Our Campus

S&T’s 284-acre campus is located in Rolla, MO, a town of 18,000 in the heart of the Ozarks. The university is home to 46 research and academic support centers. We enroll more than 6,100 students, approximately 1600 of which are graduate students.

The S&T campus is located within walking distance of a grocery store, downtown shops, and housing.


Fast facts

Fast Facts

Academic Portfolio

  • 28 Master’s Programs offered

  • 20 PhD programs offered

  • 999 students from 50 countries

    Enrollment

  • 6815 total students

  • 1610 Graduate Students

    Faculty

  • 400 faculty

  • Faculty Student Ratio: 14:1

  • 99% of full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty have a PhD or the highest degree in their field


Rankings

Rankings

  • 52nd among the nation’s best engineering schools (U.S. News and World Report “America’s Best Colleges Guidebook 2008”)

  • 5 of Missouri S&T’s graduate programs were ranked among the top 50 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report for 2009.

  • No. 5 specialized STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) research university in the USA as rated by Academic Analytics, LLC, 2008

  • S&T is one of American’s 30 safest college campuses (Reader’s Digest 2008)


Admissions process

Admissions Process


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Welcome to graduate studies ask the department webinar

Ask the Department:

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Presented by: Regina Kohout

Graduate Staff


Academic portfolio

Academic Portfolio:

Electrical Engineering:

Master’s of Science

Doctor of Philosophy

Doctor of Engineering

Computer Engineering:

Master’s of Science

Doctor of Philosophy

Doctor of Engineering


Admission requirements

Admission Requirements


Plan of study for a master s student

Plan of Study for a Master’s Student


Plan of study for a phd student

Plan of Study for a PhD Student


Specialization tracks

Specialization Tracks

Digital System Design

Embedded Computer Systems

Systems, Intelligence, Software Engineering

  • Circuits and Electronics

  • Communications and Signal Processing

  • Controls and Systems Engineering

  • Electromagnetics, Devices, and Optics

  • Power and machinery


Funding

Funding

Funding is available on a competitive basis for M.S. thesis and Ph.D. students.  Students should contact faculty in their area of interest to see if those faculty have research projects to work on with them and funds available for research assistantships.  If a faculty member decides to fund a student, they will notify the department.

  • 86% of our students are funded


Research proposals awarded

Research Proposals Awarded

  • A total of 82 proposals have been awarded in the financial year 2009 totaling $11,530,672.


Some recent research proposals

Some Recent Research Proposals


Recent research proposals cont

Recent Research Proposals Cont.


Department research labs

Department Research Labs

Research Labs

NSF I/UCRC on Intelligent Maintenance Systems

Power and Energy Systems

Trustworthy Systems Laboratory

The Real Time Power and Intelligent Systems (RTPIS) Laboratory

  • Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory

  • Applied Microwave Nondestructive Testing Laboratory

  • Ameren Power Electronics Laboratory

  • Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory

  • Embedded Control Systems and Networking Laboratory

  • Intelligent Microsystem Laboratory


Faculty list

Faculty List


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Placement data

Placement Data

Electrical Engineering

Computer Engineering

Starting Salary

PhD: Approximately $120,000 per year

Master's Degree: Approximately $106,000 per year

Starting Salary

PhD: Approximately $102,000 per year

Master's Degree: Approximately $95,000 per year


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Demographic data

Demographic Data

In Fall 2009 we had a total of 136 students being enrolled to the Electrical Program and 38 students have being enrolled to the computer Engineering Program.

Electrical Eng Masters Program

Computer Eng Masters Program

22 students

17 male/5 female

15 international students

Computer Eng PhD Program

15 students

11 male/4 female

8 international students

  • 78 students

  • 63 male/15 female

  • 54 international students

    Electrical Eng PhD Program

  • 58 students

  • 50 male/8 female

  • 48 international students


Contact information

Contact Information

Department Address

Department Contacts

Graduate Staff

Regina Kohout

Email: [email protected]

573-341-4506

Electrical and ComputerEngineering141 Emerson Electric Co. Hall301 W. 16th St.Rolla, MO 65409-0040(573) 341-4506

Department Websitehttp://ece.mst.edu/


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