There are no additional course requirements beyond the SEAS-wide requirements. Students seeking an S.M. in Engineering Sciences: Electrical Engineering should construct a coherent Electrical Engineering program plan with their assigned SEAS graduate advisor. M.E. students must fulfill the SEAS-wide S.M. requirements of eight courses plus eight additional research-oriented courses at the 300-level that result in the completion of the required M.E. thesis.
A complete application consists of:
Online application form and fee payment ($105)
Transcripts uploaded to the application
Letters of recommendation
Statement of purpose
GRE (not required by applicants to the Department of Astronomy program)
Demonstration of English proficiency, where required
Writing sample, where required
GSAS may request additional academic documents, as needed.
Electrical Engineering (often abbreviated as EE) covers a range of research areas from devices (such as lasers and robotics) to systems (such as computer architecture and the human brain).