To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

dale-whitfield
to make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 ge ace information visit n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit

play fullscreen
1 / 8
Download Presentation
To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit
101 Views
Download Presentation

To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. To make your future better we put two great symbols together 2011 GE-ACE Information Visit

  2. Topic Focus in SECS • Each of our degree programs can be viewed from the perspective of its topic foci. • EE is divided into: • Electronic Materials and Device • Photonics • MEMS/Bio-MEMS • Microfabrication • Advanced Electronic Devices • Systems • Complex Systems • Intelligent Systems • Communications

  3. Application and Information Websites Apply on Line http://www.grad.uc.edu/ApplyOnline.aspx Information about College of Engineering and Applied Science http://www.ceas.uc.edu/ Information About UC Graduate School http://www.grad.uc.edu/

  4. How to Apply How to apply: • Go to: http://www.grad.uc.edu/ApplyOnline.aspx • Complete and submit the University/Graduate School portion of the application • Within 48 hours you will be emailed a link to complete the School/program application • In the department application you must select GE-ACE in “Special Programs” What documents are required for the application process? • Original copy of your transcript that shows your degree conferred • UC Undergrads do not need to submit a copy of their transcripts, we can print a copy for you. Please contact the coordinator below to request us to print them for you. • E-mail the coordinator below once your application is complete • Nothing else needs to be submitted for GE-ACE students Who can I contact with questions about the application process or status? Julie.muenchen@uc.edu 556-0635 Aerospace and Electrical

  5. School of Electronics and Computing Systems Electrical Engineering Project (Non-Thesis) Option • 10 semester hours transferred from GE for A & B GE-ACE courses. • 20 semester credits completed at UC consisting of • one full-time semester on-campus (15 semester credits) • one part-time semester • Course requirements consist of: • All courses must be 6000+ or higher • 2 Courses must be 7000+ or higher • Graduate Program Director • Dr. Fred Beyette – 556-4588, fred.beyette@uc.edu • Graduate Program Coordinator • Julie Muenchen – 556-0635, julie.muenchen@uc.edu • http://www.ceas.uc.edu/schools.html

  6. Schedule Typical Schedule Students will start their 1st semester in the Fall. This will be a full time semester taking 15+ credit hours minimum. See specific program requirements. The completion of their program at UC will take place in the Spring semester with 5 total credit hours (3 classroom + 2 research) as listed in the above Requirements section.

  7. Questions?

  8. Thank you for coming to visit UC today. We hope you enjoy the visit and that all your questions have been answered. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about our programs or applying to UC. Dr. Fred Beyette Graduate Director School of Electronics and Computing Systems