MST Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements for the MST degree include a minimum of 30 credit hours distributed over technology core, professional writing, support area, and applied electives. Successful performance on a comprehensive examination, written and/or oral as determined by the advisory committee is also required. Students taking thesis option are required to submit thesis/final research reports approved by the advisory committee.

Suggested Study Plans

If you start in an even year:

 Electrical Track

Mechanical Track 

 First Year Fall

First Year Fall 

 ET 593--Topics in Engineering:
 Random Variables & Signals
 ENGL 501--Professional Writing
 -A Support Area Course

 ET 593--Topics in Engineering:
 Advanced Parametric Modeling and
 Design
 ENGL 501--Professional Writing
 -A Support Area Course

 First Year Spring

 First Year Spring

 ET 603--Design of Experiments
 ET 688--Thesis Proposal
 -A Support Area Course

 ET 603--Design of Experiments
 ET 688--Thesis Proposal
 -A Support Area Course

 Second Year Fall

 Second Year Fall

 ET 644--DAQ, Controls & Biometrics
 ET 699--Thesis
 -An ET Elective Course

 ET 642--Automation Systems
 ET 699--Thesis
 -An ET Elective Course

 Second Year Spring

Second Year Spring 

 ET 570--Telecommunications and
 Networking Systems
 ET 641--Quality Assurance
 ET 699--Thesis

 ET 510--Advanced Parametric Modeling
 and Prototyping
 ET 641--Quality Assurance
 ET 699--Thesis

If you start in an odd year:

 

 Electrical Track

Mechanical Track 

 First Year Fall

First Year Fall 

 ET 644--DAQ, Controls & Biometrics
 ENGL 501--Professional Writing
 -An ET Elective Course

 ET 642--Automation Systems
 ENGL 501--Professional Writing
 -A ET Elective Course

 First Year Spring

First Year Spring 

 ET 570--Telecommunications and
 Networking Systems
 ET 603--Design of Experiments
 ET 688--Thesis Proposal
 ET 510--Advanced Parametric Modeling
 and Prototyping
 ET 603--Design of Experiments
 ET 688--Thesis Proposal 

 Second Year Fall

Second Year Fall 

 ET 593--Topics in Engineering:
 Random Variables & Signals
 ET 69 Thesis
 -A Support Area Course
 ET 593--Topics in Engineering: Fill in
 the blank for an ET Course
 ET 699--Thesis
 -A Support Area Course 

 Second Year Spring

Second Year Spring 

 ET 641--Quality Assurance
 ET 699--Thesis
 -A Support Area Course

 ET 641--Quality Assurance
 ET 699--Thesis
 -A Support Area Course

For a complete course description, please visit:

 
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