Electrical Engineering (Art, Media and Eng) (MS)

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Program Description
Degree Awarded: MS  Electrical Engineering (Arts, Media and Engineering)

A concentration in arts, media and engineering has been established as a collaboration between the electrical engineering program at ASU and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. This concentration is available both for the MS and the PhD students admitted to this program who take two-thirds of their course, research and thesis credits from the electrical engineering program and one-third of the credits from the arts, media and engineering program. All applicants are strongly encouraged to see the FAQ on this concentration available at http://ecee.engineering.asu.edu/academics/doctoral-degrees/electrical-engineering-arts-media-and-engineering-m-s-ph-d/.

Electrical engineering students in the arts, media and engineering concentration undergo training toward integrating principles of digital signal processing, pattern recognition, computer vision and multimedia computing with transdisciplinary objectives, with the goal of enabling new paradigms of human-machine experience that directly address societal needs and facilitate knowledge. Examples include media-based intelligent systems for health care and well-being, as well as promotion of environmentally sustainable practices. For more information see http://research.ame.asu.edu.

At a Glance
Degree Requirements

30 credit hours and a thesis

Eight courses are required, typically five from EEE and three from AME. In addition, six hours of thesis are required, typically four credits from EEE and two from AME.

Admission Requirements

Students interested in applying to this program must submit the online graduate admission application.

Students from ABET-accredited undergraduate programs who wish to be considered for a master's degree program must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) in the last two years of undergraduate course work. Students from undergraduate programs that are not accredited by ABET must have a minimum GPA of 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) in the last two years of undergraduate course work or have graduated first class with distinction and must score in the 90th percentile or higher on the quantitative section of the GRE general test.

An applicant whose native language is not English (regardless of current residency) must provide proof of English proficiency.

International students seeking teaching assistantships must demonstrate proficiency in spoken English by scoring at least 26 on the speaking portion of the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or 50 on the ASU-administered Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit (SPEAK).

Applicants should submit materials that reflect the hybrid nature of the arts and engineering degree, including a statement of purpose and curriculum vitae demonstrating interest and relevant experience in the area. Students will have the opportunity to upload their curriculum vitae and statement of purpose when completing the online application. Additionally, the arts, media and engineering program requires three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the applicant's ability to succeed in a transdisciplinary research environment.

Applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Division of Graduate Education and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

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