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Professional Master’s Program

The Professional Master’s Program is flexible enough to accommodate either part-time and full-time study. Students generally take one or two evening classes per quarter as well as a quarterly seminar. Summer quarter is optional and provides an opportunity for students to accelerate through the program.

PMP Course Subject Areas

Students must complete EE 505 during their first quarter in the PMP program. Students may then choose courses from any combination of subject areas to complete PMP degree requirements. Subject areas include:

  • Electromagnetics
  • Wireless Communications
  • Signal, Image, and Video Processing
  • Smart Grid & Renewable Energy
  • Embedded Systems
  • Systems, Controls & Robotics
  • VLSI
  • Microtechnology & Semiconductors

2016-17  Course Offerings

Autumn 2016 Winter 2017 Spring 2017 Summer 2017
EE 590- Advanced Topics: Advanced Programming for Embedded Systems (Klavins) EE 590 – Advanced Topics: Embedded and Real Time Systems (Sloss) EE 542 – Advanced Embedded System Design (Peckol)
EE 590- (formerly EE 505) Advanced Topics: Analytical Methods for Electrical Engineering (Bonaci) EE 590 – Advanced Topics: Applied High Performance GPU Computing (Reinhardt) EE 527 – Microfabrication
(Khbeis)
EE 502 – Introduction to Microelectro Mechanical Systems (Bohringer)
EE 595 – Advanced Topics: Introduction to Security and Privacy (Bonaci) EE 595 –  Advanced Topics: Algorithmic Introduction to Data Privacy (Bonaci)
EE 572 – Electromagnetics I: Microwave Engineering (Ecker) EE 565 – Computer Communication Networks (Arabshahi) EE 579 – Advanced Topics: Antennas for Modern Wireless Devices (Kuga)
EE 547 – Linear Systems Theory
(Bushnell)
EE 518 – Digital Signal Processing (Atlas)  EE 586 – Digital Video Coding Systems (Sun)
EE 560 – Machines & Drives
(Nagel) (Also SCR)
EE 558 – Substation and Distribution Automation (Kevin Schneider) EE 553 – Power System Economics
(Zhang)
500 – Colloquium (1 credit) 500 – Colloquium (1 credit) 500 – Colloquium (1 credit) 500 – Colloquium (1 credit)
400 – Colloquium (2 credits) 400 – Colloquium (2 credits) 400 – Colloquium (2 credits) 400 – Colloquium (2 credits)

Autumn 2016 Course Information and Syllabi

EE 590 – Advanced Topics: Analytical Methods for Electrical Engineering
EE 572 – Electromagnetics 1: Microwave Engineering
EE 547 – Linear Systems Theory
EE 560 – Machines and Drives

Winter 2017 Course Information and Syllabi

EE 590 – Advanced Topics: Embedded and Real Time Systems
EE 590 – Advanced Topics: Applied High Performance GPU Computing
EE 595 – Advanced Topics: Introduction to Security and Privacy
EE 518 – Digital Signal Processing

Spring 2017 Course Information and Syllabi

EE 579 – Advanced Topics: Antennas for Modern Wireless Devices

Courses

EE-590Advanced Topics in Digital Computers and Systems1 creditNoneUW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-590Advanced Topics in Digital Computers and Systems1 creditNoneUW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-595Advanced Topics in Communication Theory1 creditNoneUW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-565Computer-Communication Networks I4 creditsE E 505.UW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-518Digital Signal Processing4 creditsKnowledge of Fourier analysis techniques.UW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-558Substation and Distribution Automation4 creditsNoneUW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-500Graduate Seminar1 creditNoneUW Course CatalogABET Sheet
EE-400Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering1 credit UW Course CatalogABET Sheet