The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department offers graduate degrees in either electrical or computer engineering and emphasizes research-oriented graduate study through the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program and Master of Science (M.S.) program, and professional development through the Master of Engineering (M.E.) program. All degrees are offered in both computer engineering and electrical engineering. A special program is available by which qualified engineers throughout the state may earn the M.E. degree while maintaining full-time employment. The APOGEE (A Program of Graduate Engineering Education) delivers graduate courses through a media-based system incorporating television, videotapes, and periodic visits to campus.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges