Electromagnetic Engineering (EME) Specialization

This specialization is of interest to engineers, applied physicists, applied mathematicians and computer specialists who deal with antennas and arrays, microwaves, electromagnetic compatibility and interference, electromagnetic properties of materials, direct and inverse scattering of electromagnetic waves, radar systems, fiber and integrated optics, quantum electronics, remote sensing of the environment, wireless communications, and biomedical applications such as tomography.

Along with the two required courses (Engineering Law and Engineering Management), students must complete at least five of the following courses.

Application Info:

Spring Deadline is
November 1

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