The University of Toledo EECS department offers Masters degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering. This page contains information regarding the requirements for completing an EECS Masters degree in either discipline, including both coursework and thesis. The Master of Science Degree is offered with the following options.
The students must complete the following additional requirements:
Note: All M.S. graduate students in the EECS Department are encouraged to pursue a thesis option; however, students with Teaching/Research Assistantships will normally be required to write a thesis.
Students are encouraged to include higher level math courses in their program, subject to approval of their advisors. Courses taken on an audit basis do not count toward the degree.
Courses outside the College of Engineering require prior approval by the faculty advisor, EECS Graduate Program Director, and the EECS Department Chair.
In order to be awarded the Master of Science degree, the student must have at least a B average (GPA of 3.0/4.0) for all graduate course credits in his or her program of study as well as for his or her entire graduate transcript.