Graduate Plan of Study

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Revised December 2008

Graduate Plan of Study

For instructions, see next page


Name









Email







RIN ID








Phone







Advisor








Expected Graduation Date







Degree


M.S.


M. Eng.



M.B.A.


M. Arch.


M.F.A.


Ph.D.


D. Eng.

Curriculum









Dual Degree







Plan Status


New plan


Revised plan

Date of previous plan







*

F=Fall, S=Spring, U=Summer

Course
subject

Cours
e
number

Course Title

Credit
Hours

Semester

Check where appropriate

Year

F S U*

Required

Elective

Transfer

Waived

MGMT

6040

CREATING AND MANAGING AN ENTERPRISE I

3







F

X



















MGMT

6050

CREATING AND MANAGING AN
ENTERPRISE II

3







S

X



















ECSE

6970

PROFESSIONAL P
ROJECT

3







F

X



















ECSE

6970

PROFESSIONAL PROJECT

3







S

X



















ECSE

6940

READINGS IN ECSE

3







F

X



















MATH

4/6XXX

One 3 or 4 credit
Math
Elective
; see last page.

3







S

X



















ECSE

6XXX

(in your
CHOSEN TECHNICAL
AREA
; see last page)

3



















X













ECSE

6XXX

(in your
CHOSEN
TECHNICAL AREA
; see last page)

3



















X













ECSE

6XXX

(in your
CHOSEN TECHNICAL AREA
; see last page)

3



















X













ECSE

4/6XXX

(in
ANY TECHNICAL AREA
; see last page)

3



















X









































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Total credit hours


30


Signatures


Student’s


Date








Advisor’s


Date









Graduate Program
Director


Date







Submit



Original to Registrar

Copies to



Graduate School

Department









PLEASE READ (ENTIRELY AND CAREFULLY) THE NEXT PAGE!


2


INSTRUCTIONS

FOR ECSE MASTERS CO
-
TERMINAL APPLICANTS



COMPLETE PRELIMINARY INFORMATION

Name, Email, RIN, Phone, Advisor (use your OFFICIAL Undergraduate
Advisor name here. ONLY use Dave Nichols if he is
your OFFICIAL Advisor. You MUST use your OFFICIAL ECSE Advisor’s name here

no matter how infrequently you may have
contacted him or her, whether or not, you have received advice from Dave Nichols over the
years.)


“Expected Graduation Date”, simply insert “May XXXX”, where “XXXX” is the year of the SECOND semester of your 5
th

Year. If
you believe you may graduate earlier than the second semester of your 5
th

Year

STILL, use the (would be) second semester
of
your (would be) 5
th

Year for purposes of this Application Plan of Study (POS). (You will be able to revise this POS later, as
many times as you wish, once you officially enroll in the Co
-
Terminal Program.)


“Degree”, already completed as “MEng”. Use this d
egree designation for the purpose of this Application, even if you intend
“MS”, at some future point. (As noted earlier, you will be allowed to revise. You will be allowed switch to MS, after enrollm
ent,
should you find a willing Research Advisor, given ap
proval of the ECSE Graduate Program Director.)


“Curriculum”, choose your desired one “ELEC” (Electrical Engineering) or “CSYS” (Computer and Systems Engineering). If you
are not sure, pick “ELEC” as the more generic curriculum, for the purposes of this ap
plication. (You can change this later, with
Program Director approval.)


“Dual Degree”, ignore.


“Plan Status”, already completed as “New Plan”.


COURSE SELECTION

Consult, FIRST, with your OFFICIAL Undergraduate Advisor. Pick ONE preferred “Technical Area
”, listed on the next page.
Pick ANY THREE (3) 6000
-
LEVEL COURSES in the ONE Technical Area you have chosen, and insert. Remember to replace
the “6XXX” placeholders with the ACTUAL RPI COURSE NUMBERS. Pick ANY ONE (1) 4000
-

OR 6000
-
LEVEL COURSE
from ANY Te
chnical Area listed on the next page (either, again, from the Area you picked as preferred; or, from any other Area
you may desire). Replace the “4/6XXX” placeholder, accordingly.


SEMESTER SELECTIONS

For each of the FOUR (4) Courses that you have picked,
above, record the Semester (either “F” or “S”) on the Plan of Study
(POS). Use the Semester designations provided in the Area list on the next page. Do not, again, concern yourself with Summer
Terms, or other issues. Follow these instructions, simply for p
urposes of preparing your Application. As noted a few times
before, you will certainly be allowed to revise, correct, and update your PoS (subject to Graduate Program Director approval)

if
you enroll.


NOTE: THERE IS ONE IMPORTANT RULE, HOWEVER, FOR PURPO
SES OF THIS APPLICATION POS: AMONG THE
FOUR (4) COURSES THAT YOU CHOOSE, TWO (2) MUST BE FALL TERM AND TWO (2) MUST BE SPRING TERM.
(Again, don’t worry if this forces you to choose a course you find less desirable. Scheduling and resulting PoS revisions ar
e
common and are generally handled on a semester
-
by
-
semester basis, after enrollment.)


THE BOTTOM LINE IS THAT YOU CAN NOT PLAN FOR MORE THAN 15 CREDITS IN EACH OF YOUR 5
TH
-
YEAR
SEMESTERS ON THIS APPLICATION POS.


UNDERGRADUATE
VS.

GRADUATE COURSE COUNTING

UNDER
NO

CIRCUMSTANCES ARE YOU PERMITTED TO SELECT A COURSE THAT YOU HAVE USED, OR WILL USE,
TO FULFILL YOUR CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR YOUR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE. If you are not sure which of your
current Courses count towards your U
ndergraduate Degree, please contact your Official Academic Advisor, or Dave Nichols,
for help.


SIGNATURES & SUBMISSION

Please sign and date the POS; have your Official Undergraduate Advisor do the same. Please submit this completed Form to
Priscilla
Magilligan (JEC
-
6012).

Note, too, we will
ONLY ACCEPT “TYPED
-
IN” MS
-
WORD® PRINT OUT
.
NO HANDWRITING

IS PERMITTED, EXCEPT
, OF COURSE, FOR THE

BOTTOM “SIGNATURES”
SECTION OF THE POS.


FUTURE POS REVISION

Subject to Graduate Program Director approval, you wi
ll be allowed to COMPLETELY revise this POS, should you enroll in the
ECSE Co
-
Terminal Program. This includes, in fact, replacement of “Professional Project”, “Readings in ECSE”, and “Enterprise
Management” Courses on your POS. During a future Orientation
Meeting, after enrollment in the Program, you will be provided
with more
-
flexible course
-
selection guidelines. Nonetheless, what you have completed here, is an excellent basis for planning
your graduate study as you start the Co
-
Terminal Program with us.


PLEASE REFER TO THE “TECHNICAL AREAS” ON THE NEXT PAGE!
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TECHNICAL AREAS


(
Remember
: Record the correct Term on you PoS;

F = “Fall
Term”, S = “Spring Term”.)



Energy Sources & Systems

ECSE
-
4110 POWER ENGINEERING FUNDA

(F)

ECSE
-
41
20 ELECTROMECHANICS
(S)

ECSE
-
4
1
30 EPE LABORATORY
(S)

ECSE
-
4080 SEMICONDUCTOR POWER ELECT
(F)

ECSE
-
4
1
80
INDUST

POWER
SYSTEM
DESIGN
(S)

ECSE
-
61
10 POWER ENGR ANALYSIS
(F)

ECSE
-
61
20 POWER QUALITY
(S)

ECSE
-
61
50 ELEC&MAGN FIELDS IN EPE
(F)

ECSE
-
61
60 SURGE PHENOMENA EPE
(F)

ECSE
-
61
70 MECHANICAL ASPECTS
(S)

ECSE
-
6
1
90 COMPUTER METHODS IN EPE
(S)



Communications, Information & Signals and
Systems

ECSE
-
45
3
0
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

(F)

ECSE
-
4520 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
(F)

ECSE
-
4640 OPTICAL COMMUN & INTEGR
(F)

ECSE
-
4670 CPTR COMM NETWORKS
(F)

ECSE
-
6520 DETECTION & EST THEORY
(S)

ECSE
-
4560/
ECSE
-
6560 DIGITAL COMM
.

(
S
)

ECSE
-
6510 INTRO STOCH SIGN & SYS
(F)

ECSE
-
6530 INFORMATION THEORY & CODING
(F)


Electrophysical Devices & Systems

ECSE
-
4040 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
(S)

ECSE
-
4050/ECSE
-
6050 ADV.ELECTRONICS CKTS
(S)

ECSE
-
4220 VLSI DESIGN
(F/S)

ECSE
-
4250 IC PROC & DESIGN
(F)

ECSE
-
4630 LASERS AND OPTICAL SYSTEM
(F)

ECSE
-
4720 SOLID STATE PHYSICS
(F)

ECSE
-
6230 SEMICOND DEV & MODELS I
(F)

ECSE
-
6260 SEMICOND POWER DEVICES
(S)

ECSE
-
6290 SEMICOND DEV & MODELS II
(S)

ECSE
-
6300 IC FABRICATION LAB
(S)









Imaging & Image
Processing, Spatial Data Analysis,
and Computer Vision

ECSE
-
45
3
0
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

(F)

ECSE
-
4540 INTRO TO IMAGE PROCESSING
(S)

ECSE
-
4800 SUBSURFACE IMAGING
(S)

ECSE
-
6610 PATTERN RECOGNITION
(F)

ECSE
-
6630 DIGITAL IMAGE & VIDEO PRO
(S)

ECSE
-
6650 COMPUTER VISION
(F)


Control, Robotics & Automation

ECSE
-
4440 CONTROL SYS ENG
(F/S)

ECSE
-
4480 ROBOTICS I
(F)

ECSE
-
4490
/ECSE
-
6490

ROBOTICS II
(S)

ECSE
-
4510
DIGITAL CONTROL

SYSTEMS
(S)

ECSE
-
4760 REAL
-
TIME APPLIC IN CTRL
(F)

ECSE
-
4790 MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS
(F)

ECSE
-
6400 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS TECHNIQU
(F)

ECSE
-
6510 INTRO STOCH SIGN & SYS
(F)


Computer Engineering, Hardware, Architecture &
Networks

ECSE
-
4040 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
(S)

ECSE
-
4080 SEMICONDUCTOR POWER ELEC
(F)

ECSE
-
4220 VLSI DESIGN
(F/S)

ECSE
-
4670 CPTR COMM NETWORKS
(F)

ECSE
-
4750 COMPUTER GRAPHICS
(F)

ECSE
-
4770 COMPUTER HARDWARE DESIGN
(F)

ECSE
-
4780 ADV COMP HARDWARE DESIGN
(S)

ECSE
-
4050/
ECSE
-
6050 ADV
.

ELECTRONIC C
KTS

(
S
)

ECSE
-
6600 INTERNET PROTOCOLS
(S)

ECSE
-
66
60 BROADBAND & OPTICAL NETWO
(S)

ECSE
-
6700 COMP. ARCH PROTO.
(S)

ECSE
-
6750 FINITE STATE MACHINE THEO
(S)

ECSE
-
6770 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING I
(F)

ECSE
-
6800 ADV 3D GRAPHICS & VISUAL
(S)






Mathematics Elective

(one of these courses
offered by the Math Dept)

MATH
-
4100:
LI
NEAR ALGEBRA

(F
)

MATH
-
4300:
INTRO TO COMPLEX VARI
ABLES: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS

(
S)

MATH
-
4500:
METHODS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

(
S)

MATH
-
4600:
ADVANCED CALCULUS

(F/S)

MATH
-
4700:
FOU
NDATIONS OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS

(F
)

MATH
-
4800:
NUMERICAL COMPUTING

(F/S)

MATH
-
4820:
INTRO TO NUMERICAL METH
ODS FOR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

(
S)

O
r a related advanced 6000
-
level MATH course.

Other options possible subject to GPD approval.