The “Student Outcomes” of the NPS MSEE program represent the knowledge, skills, and abilities that we expect our graduates to have at the time of completion of their MSEE program. These outcomes are expected to enable our graduates to achieve the “Program Educational Objectives” that support enhancing the national security of the United States (or the students’ home countries).
MSEE Student Outcomes
- Breadth: Students will possess and be able to apply knowledge and principles at a graduate level in two or more of the following areas: electronics, controls, signal processing, communications, computers and electromagnetics.
- Depth: Students will possess and be able to apply knowledge and principles at a graduate level in one or more of the following areas of electrical and computer engineering: electronics and power systems, control systems, signal processing systems, communication systems, electromagnetic systems, signals intelligence systems, computer systems.
- Independent Investigation: Students will develop the ability to conduct and report the results of a technically challenging, defense-relevant independent investigation.
- Abet Criterion3 Outcomes: Students will satisfy (a)-(k) of the ABET General Baccalaureate Level Criterion3, appled to the demonstration of the mastering of advanced level material of the curriculum
To check whether we are achieving the goals of these Outcomes, we are performing a program of assessment described here.