In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the GRE/GMAT/MAT test is optional for prospective students applying to this program for either the Summer 2020 or Fall 2020 semesters.
Admission is granted to those with a high promise for success in graduate study, as demonstrated through previous academic records and testing.
To be considered for admission, applicants must:
- Have a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or a closely related discipline. Applicants who earned a bachelor’s degree in a closely related discipline, such as physics or mathematics, may be admitted with the provision that they take the prerequisite courses listed below. The Graduate Program Director will evaluate these cases on an individual basis.
- Have a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.00 (A = 4.00) for their bachelor’s degrees.
- Have a minimum GRE quantitative score of 148.
- Applicants who fail to meet any of the above standards may be admitted on a conditional basis. The graduate program director evaluates these cases on an individual basis.
- International student must submit the TOEFL scores and show a minimum of 80 in the Internet-based test or 213 in the computer-based test or 550 in the paper-based test. As an alternative to the TOEFL, International Student can take the IELTS test and show a minimum score of 6.5 or better. A score of 6.0 is acceptable with the provision that the student takes EN6301 during the first semester at St. Mary’s University. No student will be admitted with score lower than 6.0 in the IELTS test.
- Logic Design Laboratory
- Circuit Analysis Laboratory
- Fundamentals of Logic Design
- Circuit Analysis I
- Circuit Analysis II
- Signals and Systems