The Professional Master’s Program (PMP) 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. Course offerings for the current academic year are below. You may also wish to peruse the archive of past years’ offerings.
Our PMP courses are at the cutting-edge, positioning graduates for top careers in a variety of areas, including AI, machine learning, and security, to name a few. See our upcoming course offerings for 2018-2019.
2017-18 Course Offerings
Where available, a course’s syllabus is provided as a downloadable PDF.
- EE 547 — Linear Systems Theory (Bushnell)
- EE 557 — Dynamics of Controlled Systems (Nagel)
- EE 575 — Radar Remote Sensing (Sahr)
- EE 590 — Advanced Topics: Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering (Riskin)
- EE 503 — Modeling of MEMS (Mamishev)
- EE 590 — 3D Computer Graphics Techniques for High-Performance Data Visualization (Reinhardt)
- EE 543 — Models of Robot Manipulation- HYBRID format: 50% online (Hannaford)
- EE 551 — Wind Energy (Elliott)
- EE 516 — Computer Speech Processing (Bilmes)
- EE 538 — Advanced Topics: Design of Digital and Analog Electronic Circuits ONLINE (Soma)
- EE 590 — Advanced Topics: Embedded and Real Time Systems (Sloss)
- EE 506 — Fundamentals of Wireless Communications (Ritcey)
- EE 578 — Convex Optimization (Fazel)
- EE 595 — Advanced Topics: Introduction to Security and Privacy (Bonaci)
- EE 518 — Digital Signal Processing (Atlas)
- EE 538 — Advanced Topics: Design of Digital and Mixed-signal Subsystems for Complex Multi-domain Applications ONLINE (Soma)
- EE 590 — Advanced Topics: Ubiquitous Computing (Mariakakis and Wang)
- EE 542 — Advanced Embedded System Design (Peckol)