Public 4-year engineering college, established in 1982 as a joint program by Florida A&M University (FAMU, a historically black 4-year public university) and Florida State University (FSU, a 4-year public university). Students apply through one of the two sponsoring schools and are considered students of that particular school.
Urban campus setting,located within Tallahassee (population=150,000) between the two Tallahassee-based universities that it serves.
Semester-based academic year.
Total Student Population - FAMU (approx.): 11,000 undergraduates; 1500 graduate students.
Total Student Population - FSU (approx.): 30,000 undergraduates; 7200 graduate students.
Undergraduates - FAMU (approx.): 88% full-time; 75% from Florida; 96% minorities (94% African-American; 1% Asian-American; 1% Hispanic-American;
Undergraduates - FSU (approx.): 88% full-time; 87% from Florida; 26% minorities (12% African-American; 3% Asian-American; 11% Hispanic-American;
On-Campus Housing - FAMU:
Undergrad: Req'd for freshman year; 50% of students live on-campus.
Graduate: Available to single and married students.
On-Campus Housing - FSU:
Undergrad: Incoming freshmen given priority for housing; 14% of students live on-campus.
Graduate: Available to single and married students.
Annual Tuition and Fees for FT Students (approx.): (To check the most current rates: FAMU Rates FSU Rates)
Undergrads - FAMU (15 credits/semester): $4920 state resident; $16,860 non-resident
Undergrads - FSU (15 credits/semester): $5510 state resident; $19,960 non-resident
Grad Students - FAMU (12 credits/semester): $8370 state resident; $23,160 non-resident
Grad Students - FSU (12 credits/semester): $9530 state resident; $24,690 non-resident.
Annual Room and Board (approx.): $6000 (FAMU); $9410/$10,200 (FSU-Undergrad/Grad Student)
ROTC Program Offered On-Campus?: FAMU: Yes (Army, Navy); FSU: Yes (Army, Air Force).
Virtual Tour: Not available.
Description of Major
Electrical Engineering: The bachelor of science in electrical engineering degree program prepares its graduates for a successful career in the rapidly evolving and intellectually challenging field of electrical engineering. The Department requires its graduates to develop a strong understanding of the relevant mathematics, computer programming and natural science concepts needed by practicing electrical engineers. Graduates must demonstrate an ability to apply this knowledge in several fundamental areas of electrical engineering, including communication systems, control systems, digital signal processing, digital systems, electromagnetics, microelectronics, and power systems. They also must demonstrate sufficient knowledge and technical skills needed to complete a major design experience and to function as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
Computer Engineering: The bachelor of science in computer engineering degree program prepares its graduates for a successful career in the interdisciplinary field of computer engineering. The program is built on the foundation of the electrical engineering program. Graduates have an opportunity to prepare for advanced graduate-level training or a professional career in or built upon a variety of computer engineering application areas including digital systems, digital signal processing, computer networks and VLSI design.
The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) requires that all students graduating from an ABET-accredited program meet certain course requirements. Completion of the A.A. degree will not meet these requirements. Prospective majors should select courses after consulting an advisor.
Students must complete the following prerequisites required for admission in preparation for the upper division major. Students are encouraged to complete these in the freshman and sophomore years. All may also apply to other requirements.
Both Electrical and Computer Engineering:
- MAC X311 (4) Calculus I
- MAC X312 (4) Calculus II
- MAC X313 (4-5) Calculus III
- MAP X302 (3) Differential Equations
- CHM X045, X045L (3,1) General Chemistry I with Lab
- PHY X048C (5) General Physics A with Lab
- PHY X049C (5) General Physics B with Lab
Note: State-wide common prerequisites are always under review. For the most current information and for acceptable alternative courses, visit the “Common Prerequisites Manual.” This is available from the “Student Services” section of Florida Virtual Campus.
Pre-Engineering Program Requirements:
All students are placed in a Pre-Major Engineering code until all of the prerequisites have been completed. Students must earn a grade of "C minus" or better on the first attempt of the courses designated in our Pre-Engineering curriculum (Calculus I, Calculus II, General Physics I with calculus*, Pre-Engineering Lab) at any institution attended. One repeated attempt out of all pre-engineering courses is permitted. (* students who wish to major in Chemical or Biomedical Engineering shall replace Physics I with General Chemistry I for their Pre-Engineering sequence).
Requirements for Progression to the Upper-Division:
To be admitted, students must complete at least 52 hours of credit with an FSU GPA of a 2.00, including at least one-half of the required hours in the General Education program, including all of the Area I English and math. In addition, the following requirements must be met: a grade of 'C minus' or better in MAC2311. Students must not be in violation of the pre-engineering program requirements.
Students wishing to transfer into the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering must meet the following criteria:
- Must earn a grade of "C-" or better on the first attempt of the courses designated in the Pre-Engineering curriculum (Calculus I, Calculus II, General Physics I with calculus*, Pre-Engineering Lab) at any institution attended. One repeated attempt out of all pre-engineering courses is permitted.
- *Students who wish to major in Chemical or Biomedical Engineering shall replace Physics I with General Chemistry I for their Pre-Engineering sequence.
- Transfer students who have one repeated attempt in the pre-engineering courses, must have already completed all pre-engineering courses (excluding Pre-Engineering Lab).
- Transfer students who will earn an AA or have more than 60 hours of transfer credit prior to enrollment at the College must have completed at least Calculus I. It is strongly preferred that AA transfer students have the majority of the pre-engineering courses completed before arriving (excluding Pre-Engineering Lab).
Major Program of Studies at FSU: (107 hours)
Required for Both Computer and Electrical Engineering Majors: (79 hours)
- Mathematics and Basic Sciences: (34 hours)
- CHM 1045, 1045L (3,1) General Chemistry I with Lab
- PHY 2048C, 2049C (5, 5) General Physics I and II with Labs
- MAC 2311, 2312, 2313 (4, 4, 5) Calculus I, II, III
- MAP 2302 (3) Ordinary Differential Equations
- MAS 3105 (4) Applied Linear Algebra
General Engineering Core: (9 hours)
- COP 3014 (3) Programming I
- EGM 3512 (4) Engineering Mechanics
- EML 3100 (2) Thermodynamics
Common Required Courses for Electrical and Computer Engineering: (36 hours)
- EEL 3111 (3) Introduction to Circuit Analysis
- EEL 3002L (2) ECE Engineering Tools Lab
- EEL 3112 (3) Advanced Circuit Analysis with Computers
- EEL 3112L (1) Advanced Circuits Lab
- EEL 3135 (3) Signal & Linear Systems Analysis
- EEE 3300 (3) Electronics
- EEE 3300L (1) Electronics Lab
- EEL 3705 (3) Digital Logic Design
- EEL 3705L (1) Digital Logic Lab
- EEL 3927 (3) Engineering Design Concepts
- EEL 4021 (3) Statistical Topics in E.E.
- EEL 4515 (3) Digital Communications
- EEL 4746 (3) Micro. Based System Design
- EEL 4746L (1) Micro. Based System Design Lab
- EEL 4911C (3) Senior Design Project
Additional courses required of Electrical Engineering Majors: (28 hours)
- EEE 4301L (1) Advanced Electronics Lab or EEL 4435L (1) Electromagnetics Lab or EEL 4217 (1) Power Lab
- EEL 3472 (3) Electromagnetic Fields
- EEL 4915C (3) EE Senior Design Project II
- EE Tier-2 courses. Select 4 courses (12 hours) from the following: EEL 3216, EEL 3473, EEL 4351, EEE 4510, EEL 4652, EEL 4710.
Technical Electives (9). Only one may be a non-ECE technical elective chosen from the approved list.
Additional courses required of Computer Engineering Majors: (28 hours)
- MAD 2104 (3) Discrete Math
- COP 3353 (1) Introduction to Unix
- COP 3330 (3) Object Oriented Programming
- COP 4530 (3) Data Structures
- COP 4610 (3) Introduction to Operating Systems
- EEL 4710 (3) Introduction to FPLD’s
- EEL 4713 (3) Computer Architecture
- EEL 4914C (3) CpE Senior Design Project Laboratory
- Approved ECE Technical Electives (6)
Computer Skills Competency: (0 hours beyond major)
- EEL 3705L (1) Digital Logic Lab meets this requirement for the major
Oral Communication Competency: (0 hours beyond major)
- Students must demonstrate the ability to orally transmit ideas and information clearly. This requirement is met by EEL 4911C Senior Design Project within the major.
Scholarship in Practice 1 & 2: (0 hours beyond major)
This requirement is met by EEL 4911C Senior Design Project I, and EEL 4914C Computer Engineering Design Project II or EEL4915C Electrical Engineering Design Project II.
Upper Division Writing: (0 hours beyond major)
This requirement is met by EEL 3927 Engineering Design Concepts.
Minimum Program Requirements - Summary
- Total Hrs. Required 128*
- General Education 36*
- Major Coursework 107
- Minor Coursework 0
- Computer Skills 0 beyond major requirements
- Oral Communication Competency 0 beyond major requirements
- Electives 0
*Note: Engineering students satisfy the natural science and the mathematics area requirements of General Education through coursework in the Engineering Core. Students not prepared to begin mathematics with Calculus I (MAC 2311) will need to take additional prerequisite hours in mathematics: MAC 1105, 1114, and/or 1140. All students should take the math placement test (ALEKS) to determine proper placement.
Mapping is FSU’s academic advising and monitoring system. Academic progress is monitored each Fall and Spring semester to ensure that students are on course to earn their degree in a timely fashion. Transfer students must meet mapping guidelines to be accepted into their majors. You may view the map for this major in the Academic Guide.
- A minimum of 45 hours at the 3000 level or above, 30 of which must be taken at this University.
- Half of the major course semester hours must be completed in residence at this University.
- The final 30 hours must be completed in residence at this University.
Salary Information: National Association of Colleges and Employers, Occupational Outlook Handbook
Representative Job Titles Related to this Major (with a BS degree): Electrical Engineer, Analog Circuit Design Engineer, Applications Engineer, Product Development Engineer, Systems Engineer (Control, Communications, Computer), Digital Circuit Design Engineer, Power Engineer.
Representative Employers: Government, Private Business, Industry, Education.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Florida State University / Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is located in Tallahassee, FL, in a suburban setting.
Degrees & Awards
|Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)||Electrical engineering|
|Master of Science (MS)||Electrical engineering|
|Other Advanced Degrees||0|
Earning Your Degree
|Part-time study available?|
|Evening/weekend programs available?||No|
|Distance learning programs available?||No|
|Terminal master's degree available?||No|
|Master's Degrees|| Entrance Exam GRE General Test |
Comp Exam Required for some
Thesis Required for some
|Doctoral Degrees|| Entrance Exam GRE General Test |
Preliminary exam, qualifying exam
on a rolling basis?
|Fall deadline||March 1st||March 1st||No|
|Spring deadline||November 1st||November 1st||No|
|Master's Degree Exam||GRE General Test|
|Master's Degree Requirements||Minimum GPA of 3.0, BS in electrical engineering|
|Doctoral Degree Exam||GRE General Test|
|Doctoral Degree Requirements||Minimum graduate GPA of 3.3, MS in electrical engineering|
|TOEFL: Required|| TOEFL Paper score: 550|
TOEFL IBT score: 80
Tuition & Fees
|Financial award applicants must submit:||FAFSA|
|Application deadlines for financial awards||March 1|
|Types of financial support available|| Fellowships |
Scholarship and/or loans
Tuition waivers for student who do not receive fellowships or assistantships
Career or field-related internships
74Total Graduate Students
75%International Breakout (representing other countries)
|Black or African American||5.41%|
|White or Caucasian||12%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||0%|
|Two or more races||1.35%|
Full-time - 22
Part-time - 0
|Focus of faculty research:||Electromagnetics, digital signal processing, computer systems, image processing, laser optics|
|Externally sponsored research expenditures last year:||10,201,836|
Location & Contact
Address 2525 Pottsdamer Street
Tallahassee, FL 32306
Contact Dr. Sastry Pamidi
Chair and Professor
Email: [email protected]
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Dean: Yaw Yeboah
Associate Deans: Reginald Perry, Braketta Ritzenthaler
The accelerating pace of technological developments has created an ever-increasing demand for highly qualified, professional engineers. Expanding population and corresponding demands for new products, structures, designs, and improved services have posed new challenges to present and future engineers. Accordingly, the College of Engineering, through its curricula, strives to educate and train engineers to determine the best solutions to the challenges facing society today.
It is expected that students who conscientiously apply themselves and successfully complete one of the broad engineering programs will not only be technically trained, but also humanistically and socially educated, and thereby be well prepared to make a significant contribution to society.
An engineering student can pursue any one of several career plans, according to personal ambitions, interest, and abilities. The student may pursue the Bachelor of Science degree or an advanced research-oriented graduate program leading to the Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering was authorized by the 1982 legislature as a joint program between Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida State University. The joint nature of the college allows a student to register at either Florida A&M University or Florida State University and receive a degree in any of the college’s degree programs. A student entering the college applies for admission through one of the two universities and must satisfy the admission and general degree requirements of that university. The degree is granted through the College of Engineering by the university where the student is registered while completing upper-division studies. All College of Engineering classrooms and administrative and faculty offices are housed in a modern engineering complex located at 2525 Pottsdamer Street adjacent to Innovation Park.
The mission of the college is to provide an innovative academic program of excellence at the undergraduate and graduate levels judged by the highest standards in the field and recognized by national peers; to attract and produce greater numbers of women and minorities in professional engineering, engineering teaching, and research; and to attain national and international recognition of the college through the educational and research achievements and the professional service of its faculty and students.
Programs and Degrees
The College offers professional programs of study leading to the bachelor of science (B.S.), the master of science (M.S.), and doctor of philosophy (Ph.D). in chemical, civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering; a bachelor of science in computer engineering; and a master of science and doctor of philosophy in biomedical engineering. All undergraduate degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc http://www.abet.org. More complete information can be found at the College Web site and in the department sections of this Catalog.
The college occupies over 200,000 square feet of classroom, offices, and laboratory space in a building complex especially designed for engineering education. It is located off the main campus of each university in an area adjacent to Innovation Park, which also houses the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL), the Center for Advanced Power Systems, and other university, public, and private organizations engaged in research, development, and clean industry operations. The college operates for the common use of all programs a computing facility, a library and reading room, and a machine shop. In addition, each department in the college operates specialized laboratories for teaching and research. Please refer to each department’s chapter for additional information on these specialized facilities.
The main book and journal collections for FAMU engineering students are housed in the Coleman Library at Florida A&M University. The college also maintains an engineering library and reading room that functions as a satellite library for engineering students.
Students have access to many and various computing resources at the College of Engineering. Due to the unique requirements of engineering computing and the off-campus location of the college, the college is relatively autonomous in providing service to engineering students.
The college has over 2800 computing devices connected to its local network, managed by the college’s Communication and Multimedia Services (CMS) unit. CMS continues to evaluate and upgrade computer workstation hardware as the computational needs grow. Computers connect to the college’s gigabit fiber-optic backbone via 100Mbps Ethernet connections. One of the computer labs is open 24 hours a day when classes are in session; the other three are used as classrooms. The college also provides computing facilities in the public areas that are available to students 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Available software includes major general-purpose packages as well as special applications oriented toward particular engineering disciplines.
In addition to local Ethernet network, the college provides wireless LAN services with access points throughout the facilities for students who may want to use their own laptops to connect to the college’s computing resources.
The college has state-of-the-art instructional classrooms. The multimedia equipment in every classroom generally includes LCD projector, overhead projector and/or document camera, VCR, and sound system. The ceiling-mounted LCD projector is used for large-scale projection, linked to the PC at the instructor’s console. Multiple rooms are used for distance learning and the Florida Engineering Education Delivery System (FEEDS). Multi-point IP videoconferencing is also available.
Thanks to the donations from industry partners, educational programs, and private donors, the College of Engineering is able to offer a limited number of scholarships to qualified engineering students. Students can obtain scholarship information from the Office of Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Curriculum or by visiting the college’s web site.
The College provides a Career Center Office for students to obtain career related services. In addition, the University maintains a satellite office in the College Career Center to assist students in career and employment advising, including resume, cover letter and personal statement writing, internship/co-op opportunities and permanent job searches nationwide. Career Center staff also aid in preparing engineering students for interviews and presentations at career expositions, such as Engineering Day.
Requirements for Admission and Retention in an Engineering Major
Engineering is a demanding discipline, and students majoring in engineering must follow a required sequence of courses and achieve a high level of proficiency. In accordance with criteria of the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., http://www.abet.org, all engineering students are subject to a uniform set of academic requirements agreed to by both FAMU and FSU, in addition to any other academic requirements stated in the respective university catalog and bulletin. These requirements have been established to ensure that program graduates receive a quality education, while making progress toward satisfying engineering major degree requirements. They are reviewed and revised as needed by the College of Engineering.
Pre-Engineering Program Requirements
All first-year engineering students (first year in college or first-year transfer students) are initially coded as pre-engineering students until they satisfy the following set of pre-engineering requirements:
Students must have an overall GPA of 2.0 or better and achieve a grade of ‘C’ or better, from any institution attended, in First Year Engineering Laboratory, Calculus I, Calculus II, General Chemistry I and General Physics I to be admitted to an engineering major. Intended chemical engineering students shall replace General Physics I with General Chemistry II. A single repeated attempt in only one of the five (5) courses listed above with no more than one grade of “C-” is allowed. Transfer students may receive an exemption from First-Year Engineering Laboratory if they have completed all of the other courses listed above prior to their matriculation to the college. Students should contact the College of Engineering if they feel they qualify for an exemption.
Any student who needs two repeated attempts to complete the five courses or has two or more grades of ‘C-” may be considered for continuation in engineering if additional grade and coursework requirements are satisfied. Any student who needs more than two repeated attempts to complete the five courses listed above does not satisfy this requirement and will not be allowed to continue in the engineering program. There are NO exceptions. Grades of “W” are not considered as a repeated attempt.
Pre-engineering students are strongly encouraged to contact an academic advisor prior to enrolling in any of the five retention courses to ensure they have completed the proper course prerequisites. Once a pre-engineering student satisfies all the pre-engineering requirements, he/she may visit the Office of Associate Dean to initiate the transfer process to his/her intended engineering major prior to the beginning of the following semester.
Course Grade Requirement and Practice
- It is the practice of the college not to use “plus and minus ( /-)” grading for any undergraduate engineering course;
- Engineering majors must earn a grade of “C” or better in all engineering courses that apply toward the degree. This requirement may be waived by the academic dean upon recommendation from the department chair for no more than one (1) such course; and
- A student who is failing a course cannot receive a grade of Incomplete (I). The student receiving an “I” must complete all course requirements during the next term of his enrollment.
- The College of Engineering does not allow students to use “Grade Forgiveness.” Students transferring to the College from another major may be required to relinquish grade forgiveness prior to the transfer. Any “Grade Forgiveness” incorrectly applied will be removed prior to graduation.
Repeated Course Attempts Policy
A student who fails to earn a grade of “C” or better after a second attempt in the same engineering course or who has an excessive number of repeated engineering course attempts may be transferred from his/her current engineering major to the pre-engineering major. The student may be reinstated back to his/her original engineering major only upon the approval of his/her academic department.
Engineering Course Prerequisites Policy
It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of the prerequisites of an engineering course prior to enrollment in that course. A student may contact the engineering dean or department chair for additional information concerning course prerequisites and this policy. Failure to fulfill course prerequisites may result in the removal of the course from the student’s enrollment at any time during the semester with no refund of tuition or fees.
College of Engineering Course Withdrawal Policy
For accreditation reasons, the Course Withdrawal policy at the College of Engineering is different from the policy used at Florida A&M University. Undergraduate engineering students may withdraw from or “drop” any course in the current semester for any reason up to and including the 7th week of classes. There may be financial aid and other implications withdrawing from a course, so you should always contact with your academic advisor before withdrawing. The time period between weeks 7 and 10 of each semester is considered the Engineering “Late Drop” Period. The late drop deadline varies each semester, but generally occurs at the 10th week of classes. Depending on your academic classification, there are restrictions on the number of times you will be permitted to “late drop” a course during this period.
These restrictions are as follows: (a) all pre-engineering students are limited to a total of two (2) “late drops” during their tenure in the pre-engineering program. Students who reach their “two late drops” limit will NOT be permitted another late drop until they enter their intended engineering major. Students who are coded in a degree granting engineering major are permitted an unlimited number of “late drops” between the 7th week and the late drop deadline of the semester.
No course drops for any engineering student will be permitted after the late drop deadline of classes except in documented cases of administrative error, death in the immediate family, personal illness, or a military service obligation. The withdrawal deadlines are posted on the College of Engineering (http://www.famu.edu/engineering) webpage each semester and provided in an email sent to all engineering accounts. Students will be responsible for the grades they receive in all courses enrolled in the semester after the course withdrawal deadline.
College of Engineering Council of Academic Program Coordinators
The College of Engineering Council of Academic Program Coordinators (CAPC) has been assigned the responsibility to ensure that these academic requirements are equitably and consistently applied to all engineering students.
Students who plan to enroll in another institution for the first two years and then transfer into the College of Engineering should use great care in selecting freshman and sophomore course work. To be admitted to an engineering major, transfer students must have satisfied the same set of pre-engineering requirements as students who take all their course work at FAMU. Additionally, transfer students who will earn an AA or have 60 or more hours of transfer credit prior to enrollment must have successfully completed Calculus I and at least one other pre-engineering course (excluding First-Year Engineering Laboratory). We prefer that AA transfer students have the majority of the pre-engineering courses completed prior to enrollment. Students are advised to consult with the college as early as possible concerning their first two years of study. Students who transfer out of the engineering program and then desire to transfer back may be subject to additional academic requirements before their request to transfer is considered. Please consult with the office of the associate dean for more information.
Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements
A student who has taken a college preparatory curriculum in high school including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, physics, and chemistry can complete the requirements for the bachelor of science (BS) degree in four years and one summer with an average load of sixteen (16) hours per semester. A student with superior high school training may take advantage of opportunities for advanced placement through the University’s programs for acceleration. In order to satisfy the State of Florida, Division of Colleges and Universities’ requirement of summer attendance, it is recommended that students enroll in the summer session at the end of the first year. Students who are not prepared to begin with calculus I (MAC 2311) will be required to complete the necessary prerequisite mathematics course. This may require one or two additional semesters of coursework.
General Education Component
Engineering students must take a total of twenty-four semester hours in the areas of English, history, humanities, and social sciences.
First-Year Engineering Laboratory
All engineering students must complete the one-hour laboratory (or its equivalent) EGN 1004L. Students who enter the engineering program having completed all of the requirements listed under “Pre-engineering Requirements” except for completion of EGN 1004L may receive a waiver of this requirement if they attend the New Engineering Student Orientation. Students who are pursuing a second baccalaureate degree in engineering may also receive a waiver with permission of the engineering dean. Any student who transfers out of engineering and then desires to transfer back to engineering must complete the course or its equivalent.
Mathematics and Basic Science Core
All graduates of the college must master a common body of knowledge in mathematics and basic science. This has been addressed by the adoption of a mathematics and basic science core for all students seeking the BS in engineering. Some of these courses may be completed at a community college. The required courses are listed below:
* This is a state common prerequisite. Substitutes indicated in the State Common Prerequisite Manual at www.facts.org will be accepted.
State of Florida Common Course Prerequisites
The State of Florida has identified common program prerequisites for this University degree program. Specific prerequisites are required for admission into the upper-division program and must be completed by the student at either a community college or a state university prior to being admitted to this program. Students may be admitted into the University without completing the prerequisites, but may not be admitted into the program. Students are strongly encouraged to select required lower division electives that will enhance their general education coursework and that will support their intended baccalaureate degree program. Students should consult with an academic advisor in their major degree area.
The following lists the common program prerequisites or their substitutions necessary for admission into this upper-division degree program:
- MAC X311 or MAC X281
- MAC X312 or MAC X282
- MAC X313 or MAC X283
- MAP X302 or MAC X305
- CHM X045/X045L or CHMX045C or CHS X440
- CHMX046/X046L or CHMX046C*
- PHY X048/X048L or PHYX048C or PHYX043/X048L
- PHY X049/X049L or PHYX049C or PHYX044/X049L
Common Program Prerequisites can also be found at http://www.facts.org
Engineering Major Area
Course requirements for engineering major areas consist of additional mathematics and basic science courses, engineering core courses (e.g. thermodynamics, engineering mechanics, electrical circuit analysis), engineering required courses, and engineering technical courses. A current statement of requirements for engineering major areas is available as advising materials in the academic departments.
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Graduate Admission Requirements
A candidate must fulfill the following minimum requirements for admission into the graduate program:
- A Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or a closely allied field from an accredited institution of higher learning;
- Score of at least 1000 on Graduate Records Examinations (GRE), quantitative and verbal portions combined. All candidates must submit official exam scores prior to being admitted as a regular graduate student;
- A grade point average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale on all works while registered as an upper-division student;
- A minimum of 550 on the TOEFL examination (for international students only);
- Any admission requirements of the department.
For additional information, refer to the degree requirements under each department.
Graduate Financial Assistance Opportunities
Many graduate students in the College of Engineering are being supported through teaching or research assistantships. Fellowships are available for exceptionally qualified students. Interested students should contact the department of their selected major for detailed information and application materials.
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering Graduate Programs
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Industrial Engineering
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