Enter OU’s Graduate Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering
There is a worldwide need for leaders who can apply advancements in computer and networking technology to the business of electrical and computer engineering.
The mission of the Telecommunications Engineering Program, which is part of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is to offer an excellent experience in learning and conducting research in all aspects of telecommunications sciences. The Program offers a Master’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering (MS TCOM). The current areas of research focus are: optical sciences including optical networking, wireless networking, information theory, and cryptography, including quantum cryptography. The Program in Tulsa has 40 graduate students equally split between Master and doctoral degrees working toward their MS ECE, MS TCOM, or Ph.D. ECE degrees. There are five full-time faculty members supporting the Tulsa programs.
Program offers graduate degrees at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels:
- Master of Science, Telecommunications Engineering (M.S. TCOM)
- Master of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering (M.S. ECE)
- Doctor of Philosophy, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy, General Engineering
The MS degree in Telecommunications can be earned through a thesis (6 credit-hr) or a professional project (3 credit-hr). Both these options are key components of the MS in Telecommunications Engineering and part of the official exit examination.
It is possible to complete the ECE programs at either campus, many TCOM couses are also available at either campus. It should be noted that the ECE programs are administered at the Norman campus, and the TCOM program is administered at the Tulsa campus.
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