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The EE graduate program objectives are to equip individuals to:
* Discover and disseminate knowledge relevant to the discipline of electrical engineering.
* Provide leadership for increasingly complex roles in electrical engineering and industry.
* Contribute to the advancement of the science of electrical engineering serving regional and national needs.
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Facilities and Services
With more than $12 million invested in classrooms and laboratories, graduate students benefit from modern lecture rooms and gain valuable experience using state-of-the-art equipment. The recently dedicated modern Daktronics Engineering Hall is home to the Electrical Engineering program with over 15,000 square feet of dedicated research space. The department boasts a 5-bay multi-million dollar clean room, several class one gloveboxes, and nano-characterization labs for developing both organic and inorganic electronics, as well as numerous other labs for research in fiber optics, power and alternative energy systems, and sensors.
Coursework from approved track Credits:
MSEE Electronic Materials, Devices, Photovoltaics * Sensors and Measurements and Lab
* Electronic Materials Laboratory
* Organic Photovoltaics
MSEE Power Systems * Linear Systems Theory
* Topics: Power Systems Operation and Control
* Topics: Power Electronics
* Photovoltaic Systems Engineering
MSEE Image & Signal Processing * Information and Signal Processing
* Digital Image Processing
* Topics: Optical Sensors
* Time Series Analysis
* or Spatial Statistics
* or Regression Analysis I
SDSU offers a variety of academic scholarships. Awards are based on academic achievement, activities participation and leadership.
South Dakota State University has been granted the full, ten-year reaccreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. An accreditation team of representatives from peer institutions commended SDSU for:
* Dedicated faculty and staff
* Quality new facilities
* Excellent student leadership
* Shared governance
* Partnerships with local community
* Robust and Integrated assessment program
* Successful transition to NCAA Division I Athletics