For more info, contact:
Dr. David R. Jackson
Director of Graduate Admissions
E-mail: djackson [at] uh [dot] edu
E-mail: ece_grad_admit [at] uh [dot] edu
Current Graduate Students
Degree Program Requirements
- Doctor of Philoshophy (PHD)
- Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)
Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE)
- Industrial Power System
Interdisciplinary Program Description
- Master of Computer and Systems Engineering (MSCSE)
- Additional Information for all students
Class Schedule and Registration
Click here to check for current courses offered by the ECE dept as well as the University of Houston.
Graduate advising is mandatory upon admission into the graduate program in Electrical and Computer Engineering and prior to the first registration. MEE students must make an appointment with the Director of Graduate Studies for advising by contacting the Graduate Admissions Office. The Director shall review the student's records, discuss the future plans of the student, and prepare a preliminary study plan. MS/PhD students must be advised by their thesis/dissertation advisors. The thesis/dissertation advisor should approve all proposed coursework during registration cycles before each academic semester. All approval of coursework must be done by completing the Graduate Academic Advising Form. (Please see Graduate Forms).
Click the link to check the minimum number of semester credit hours needed for US/International students: http://www.egr.uh.edu/graduate/.
Be aware that courses taken for personal enrichment will not be counted towards degree plan, and must be approved by the advisor and the director of graduate studies prior to enrollment. Enrichment hours will not be counted towards the total number of hours when assistantship is being received.
Refer to your degree program requirements for more specific information on the ECE Department Guidelines.
Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
The purpose of curricular practical training (CPT) is to gain insight to the student's academic program; therefore, it must be considered as "an integral part of an established curriculum." Click on your degree program requirements (MEE, MSEE, or PhD) for more specific guidelines.