Fall 2017 MS and PhD applicants:
The deadline for applying for financial aid for the Fall 2017 semester has been extended to March 1, 2017!
Any inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following are required for admission to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Programs: a bachelor’s or master’s degree in electrical or computer engineering, a GPA of at least 3.0/4.0 on all graduate and undergraduate work, GRE Verbal + Quantitative scores of at least 301 (or 1100 in old version) and Analytical Writing of at least 2.5 for the MS degree, or V+Q of at least 310 (or 1200 in old version) and AW of at least 3.0 for the PhD degree, and Test of English as a Second Language scores of 550 (paper-based) / 213 (computer-based) / 80 (Internet-based). For competition for Fellowships and Assistantships, much higher scores are needed. No forms are needed for competition for financial support because all applicants will be considered. An undergraduate degree in physics, mathematics, or another field of engineering can be acceptable. However, core undergraduate courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering will be required prior to completing your graduate degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provides programs for study and research leading to the Master of Science in Electrical or Computer Engineering and the Doctor of Philosophy. Graduate curricula within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are concentrated in the following major areas: 1) Micro/Nano-electronics and renewable energy, 2) VLSI, 3) Electrooptics, 4) Electromagnetics, 5) Computer Engineering, 6) Communications, 7) Signal Processing, 9) Power, Power Systems, and Electromechanics 10) Manufacturing, and 11) Robotics.
ECE Program Financial Aid Application Deadlines:
Fall Semester: February 1
Spring Semester: (New assistantship awards are not typically given for the spring semester.)
Graduate School Program Application Deadlines:
Fall Semester: International Applicants: February 1
Domestic Applicants: July 1
Spring Semester: International Applicants: August 15
Domestic Applicants: November 15
Applications are not accepted for the Summer Session.
University of Kentucky Graduate School Application for Admission:
- University of Kentucky Graduate Admissions Guidelines:
Review first, the University of Kentucky Graduate School’s Guidelines for Admission Applications prior to applying.
- Electronic Application :
Submit your on-line application to the Graduate School. Follow the Graduate School’s Guidelines for Admission Applications and the online instruction. When you need to submit official test scores to the Graduate School, please use the following codes. The department does not need official copies.
- Official GRE Scores from ETS
Institution code: 1837
Department code: Electrical Engineering 1203,
Computer Engineering 1201
- Official TOEFL Scores from ETS or Official IELTS scores
(Only for applicants who received Bachelor’s degree outside the United States)
School code: 1837
Department code: 66
If you have any question, please contact please contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Caicheng Lu at email@example.com